Image resizing, cropping and compression on the fly with the impressive MozJPEG compression algorithm. One Docker container to build your own Cloudinary-like service.
You pass the image URL and a set of keys with options, like size or compression. Flyimg will fetch the image, convert it, store it, cache it and serve it. The next time the request comes, it will serve the cached version.
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You will need to have Docker on your machine. Optionally you can use Docker machine to create a virtual environment. We have tested on Mac, Windows and Ubuntu.
Pull the docker image
docker pull flyimg/flyimg-build
Start the container
docker run -itd -p 8080:80 flyimg/flyimg-build
To use custom parameters, make a copy of parameters.yml to your current directory. Update to suit your needs and run the command with volume parameter to replace the original parameters file.
docker run -itd -p 8080:80 -v $(pwd)/parameters.yml:/var/www/html/config/parameters.yml flyimg/flyimg-build
You can spin up your own working server in 10 minutes using the provision scripts for AWS Elastic Beanstalk or the DigitalOcean Ubuntu Droplets (more environments to come). For other environments or if you want to tweak and play in your machine before rolling out, read along...
You can use
composer for the first step.
git clone https://github.com/flyimg/flyimg.git
Create the project with
composer create .
composer create-project flyimg/flyimg
CD into the folder and to build the docker image by running:
docker build -t flyimg .
This will download and build the main image, It will take a few minutes. If you get some sort of error related to files not found by apt-get or similar, try this same command again.
IMPORTANT! If you cloned the project, only for the first time, you need to run
composer install inside the container:
docker exec -it flyimg composer install
Again, it will take a few minutes to download the dependencies. Same as before, if you get some errors you should try running
composer install again.
Then run the container:
docker run -itd -p 8080:80 -v $(pwd):/var/www/html --name flyimg flyimg
For Fish shell users:
docker run -itd -p 8080:80 -v $PWD:/var/www/html --name flyimg flyimg
The above command will make the Dockerfile run supervisord command which launches 2 processes: nginx and php-fpm and starts listening on port 8080.
You can navigate to your machine's IP in port 8080 (ex:
http://127.0.0.1:8080/ ) ; you should get a message saying: Hello from Flyimg! and a small homepage of Flyimg already working. If you get any errors at this stage it's most likely that composer has not finished installing or skipped something.
You can test your image resizing service by navigating to:
This is fetching an image from Mozilla, resizing it, saving it and serving it.
Full documentation available here docs/full-documentation.md
You go to your server URL
http://imgs.kitty.com and append
/upload/; after that you can pass these options below, followed by an underscore and a value
w_250,q_50 Options are separated by coma (configurable to other separator).
After the options put the source of your image, it can be relative to your server or absolute:
So to get a pretty kitten at 250 pixels wide, with 50% compression, you would write.
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Enjoy your Flyimaging!