Added four new parameters to the imgix API: min-w, max-w, min-h, and max-h. They are designed for working with scrolling feeds, so that very tall or very wide images don’t break the user experience. Check out the documentation for more details.
Released version 1.0.0. This release improves the default LuminousGallery UX, and completely revamps caption support.
fillmax Fit Mode: Combines fill and max fit modes to provide the background color fill while maintaining the image’s integrity and not resizing beyond its original dimensions. Read the blog post
Focal Point Cropping: Being able to manually choose the focal point of your images and zoom in allows for greater flexibility and power in your responsive imagery. Read the blog post and tutorial to find out how to harness these new parameters.
Fixed a small bug that caused the nav bar to overlap the main content in some cases
Improved authentication system to require fewer API calls on sign-in
Disabled the render_cache_ttl field in the source form. See this post for more information.
Updated that dusty old "settings" icon. Less wrenchy, more coggy.
Upgraded imgix-swift to Swift 3. This will not be merged to master and released until Xcode 8 is fully released, but is available for any folks currently working on updating their projects to Swift 3. We will release this branch as imgix-swift version 1.0.0 once Xcode 8 is publicly available.
We’re removing the Render Cache TTL field from the Source configuration settings. We’ve been improving our caching infrastructure, and as a result this value is less useful and can actually cause unnecessary requests. Our team will be fine-tuning TTL values in our various caching layers, which will allow us to deliver an improved quality of service and result in less ingestion of duplicate data. Feel free to contact email@example.com if you have any questions.
Added a new fillmax mode to the fit parameter, which resizes the image to fill the width and height boundaries without cropping or distorting the image, and fills the remaining space with a solid color. It will not increase the size of the image if it is smaller than the output size. This mode is a combination of fit=fill and fit=max. See the docs
Released Drift 0.3.3 and 0.3.4. The loading indicator is now hidden after the image finishes loading (for images with transparency), and the base CSS has been improved to work more seamlessly with existing CSS codebases.
Released Luminous 0.3.1 and 0.3.2. The loading indicator is now hidden after the large image finishes loading (for images with transparency), and a bug with empty Firefox captions displaying null was fixed.