The Imagify API supports binary and URI Query String/CRUD requests and binary and JSON responses. It provides tools for optimizing and re-sizing images. Users can upload and optimize images and by filling the data parameters, controlling the optimization and re-sizing of the images.
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21-12-16 12:02:43[Sample Source Code] Imagify PHP Sample Code by Imagify updated with Related API Imagify
21-12-16 12:01:49[SDK] Imagify PHP SDK by Imagify updated with Related API Imagify
21-12-16 12:00:44[SDK] Imagify Python SDK by Imagify updated with Related API Imagify
31-08-16 10:40:46[Library] Imagify PHP Library by Imagify updated with Related API Imagify
31-08-16 10:38:44[Library] Imagify Python Library by Imagify updated with Related API Imagify
04-04-16 16:03:19[Brief] Daily API RoundUp: Sphero, Kaiko, Imagify, Rebrickable, mChan updated with Related API Imagify