If you have ever used WordPress.com backend. You will notice its image resizing works by appending a dimension string at the end of the URL.
In this tutorial, we will show you how to do that for your own project. At the end of this tutorial, you will have an image resizing server that is able to give you specific dimension upon request.
The tutorial starts with a basic introduction to the Glide image manipulation tool and how to get a Slim installation up and running. They then help you install the league/glide-slim package to help link the two. With those in place, they show you how to build out the resizing code using the
ServerFactory handling to grab the image, passing in the URL parameters to tell Glide how to manipulate the image.