Removed all parameter-specific getters and setters from the imgix.URL object (i.e. imgix.URL.getSepia(), imgix.URL.setWidth(), et cetera). This drastically reduces the library's footprint and future-proofs it by ensuring that the list of allowed parameters cannot get out of sync with our API.
Added a new Swift library to the imgix libraries page. This library is called Iris and was created by the team at Hodinkee. It offers simple integration into Swift-based iOS, tvOS, and OS X projects. It can be installed using Carthage.
We released our second case study, this time about Crew's community-contributed, completely free-use photography site, Unsplash. It covers how Unsplash uses imgix to build new features quickly and serve 350 million images per month. Find out how Unsplash saved Crew.
We’re hosting a meetup for current and future imgix customers in San Francisco on November 17. Come by and have a drink on us. We hope you can make it!
Replaced how console.warn is called to prevent errors on older browsers.
Merged a pull request from Louis Cuny to namespace an instance variable the imgix-rails view helper. This will help prevent naming collisions. These actions meant it was time to increment the gem version to 0.3.1.