Changelog: Jun 12, 2015


  • Released a new open source library for integrating imgix into your NodeJS/io.js server-side applications. This library makes generating imgix URLs easy. View it on GitHub: imgix/imgix-core-js.


  • Introduced support for Python 3.
  • Added support for Unicode characters. Thanks to @teeburg and @Oscarbralo for the Pull Requests!
  • Submitted the package to PyPI. Now all you need is a pip install imgix to get up and running.
  • Incremented the version number to 0.0.5.


  • Fixed a bug introduced in 1.1.0 that was generating obscenely long classnames when requesting color-palette CSS.
  • Upgraded imgix.onready() internals to fix a bug in IE and increase legibility.
  • Released version 1.1.2.
  • Also released version 1.1.1 this week, but that's old news so no one cares.

chromasub parameter

  • Released a new chromasub parameter for modifying the chroma subsampling rate for JPEG and progressive JPEG output formats. This gives you even more control over the quality of your output images. Read the chromasub documentation.

Analytics graphs bugs

  • Patched up a few bugs that would cause graphs in the analytics panel not to render.

Blend positioning parameters


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