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Daniel Cousineau's Blog:
ImagePlane and some simple OOP designs
October 03, 2008 @ 07:58:36

In a recent post to his blog Daniel Cousineau take a look at the ImagePlane image editor just released by Net Perspective and some thoughts he has with the PHP demo included with documentation.

While ImagePlane has already been creatively introduced and documented quite thoroughly, I wanted to go over some decisions concerning the PHP demo.

He mentions considerations of things that the tool does like the base64 posting of the image and the possible need for more than one kind of backend image manipulation library. He outlines his interface with four functions (loading, transparency, output quality and saving) and implements it in a sample class and some example usage code.

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