Drawing Text on Images With Pillow and Python

Learn how to draw, beautify, and customize text on images using Pillow and Python.

A Machine Teaching Library That Enables Intuitive and Effecient Supervision

Hover is a machine teaching library that enables intuitive and effecient supervision. In other words, it provides a map where you hover over and label your data... differently. For instance, you can:

Simple encode decode data to PNG files

Simple encode decode data to PNG files. In this example I encode a secret image to images/thorsecret.png And then decode it to to reveal.jpeg

How to Convert a PDF to PNG or JPG in Java

This tutorial shows how to convert any PDF document to a stacked PNG image or PNG or JPG array with one image per page, using an API.

Working with Images in Node.js

Some of the advantages GraphicsMagick has over ImageMagick include more efficiency, a smaller size, fewer security exploits and is generally more stable than ImageMagick. They are both available for use in Node.js as NPM packages: GraphicsMagick and ImageMagick. Working with Images in Node.js

Convert PNG JPG Images to Single PDF File Using ImageMagick

Node.js Express Convert PNG JPG Images to Single PDF File Web App Using ImageMagick Library (Heroku)

How to Extract Images from PDF in Python using PyMuPDF and Pillow

Learn how to extract and save images from PDF files in Python using PyMuPDF and Pillow libraries. We will write a Python code to extract images from PDF files and save them in the local disk using PyMuPDF and Pillow libraries.

Удаление образов, контейнеров и томов Docker

Docker позволяет легко помещать приложения и службы в контейнеры, чтобы их можно было запускать где угодно. Однако при работе с Docker можно легко накопить чрезмерное количество неиспользуемых образов, контейнеров и томов данных, замедляющих работу и потребляющих место на диске.

Pixelize your images with Swift or Python

In this tutorial we will cover Pixelize your images with Swift or Python.

A Swift app that plays GIF files as animated images

An assortment of iOS apps written in Swift.The player allows the following specifications: the content mode, number of loops, background color(if GIF has transparency), speed of animation and the image to use as the still image for the GIF.

Docker Images : Part II - Details Specific To Different Languages

Series Index Reducing Image Size Details Specific To Different Languages Going Farther To Reduce Image Size Introduction In the first part, we introduced multi-stage builds, static and dynamic linking, and briefly mentioned Alpine. In this second part, we are going to dive into some details specific to Go. Then we will talk more about Alpine, because it’s worth it; and finally we will see how things play out with other languages like Java, Node, Python, Ruby, and Rust.

Docker Images : Part I - Reducing Image Size

Series Index Reducing Image Size Details Specific To Different Languages Going Farther To Reduce Image Size Introduction When getting started with containers, it’s pretty easy to be shocked by the size of the images that we build. We’re going to review a number of techniques to reduce image size, without sacrificing developers’ and ops’ convenience. In this first part, we will talk about multi-stage builds, because that’s where anyone should start if they want to reduce the size of their images.

Sharing Docker Images on Docker Hub

An image like the one we created in the Node.js Hello World Docker Container from scratch post is simple, yet it’s a perfect example to try one of the cool features of Docker, provided through Docker Hub, the official hosting service of public and private Docker Images. Before we can do that, however, we need to register on Docker Hub. Docker Hub is free in its basic plan which includes unlimited public repos and one private repo.

First steps with Docker after the installation

After you complete the Docker installation you should have a new window that will guide you through the first steps of creating images and containers with Docker. This is an interesting way to get you up to speed with downloading your first image and running it as a container.

Working with Docker Images from the command line

You can list all the images you have downloaded or installed using the docker images -a command. You can remove an image with docker rmi command, passing the name of the image you want to remove. This will remove the image.

Colabs Collection of style transfer in photo and video

This is implemented by optimizing the output image to match the content statistics of the content image and the style statistics of the style reference image.

Docker Images : Part III - Going Farther To Reduce Images Size

Series Index Reducing Image Size Details Specific To Different Languages Going Farther To Reduce Image Size Introduction In the first two parts of this series, we covered the most common methods to optimize Docker image size. We saw how multi-stage builds, combined with Alpine-based images, and sometimes static builds, would generally give us the most dramatic savings. In this last part, we will see how to go even farther. We will talk about standardizing base images, stripping binaries, assets optimization, and other build systems or add-ons like DockerSlim or Bazel, as well as the NixOS distribution.

Comment supprimer les images, les conteneurs et les volumes de Docker

Docker vous permet d'empaqueter facilement vos applications et services dans des conteneurs afin de pouvoir les utiliser partout. Cependant, lorsque vous travaillez avec Docker, il est également facile d'accumuler un nombre excessif d'images,…

How to migrate WordPress to Scully

Finally there is an Angular option for JAMstack. In this article I'll tell you my path of migration WordPress blog to Scully. For quite a long time I was thinking about migrating my blog to JAMstack, ideally with a markdown support. I was looking for something like gatsbyjs or other alternatives. Most of them were fairly good, except the part that I would like to see my blog built with Angular in order to use all the nice features of the framework.

Docker attach vs exec & When to Use What

Hello lovely people! 👋 During my day to day work with SONiC I have to launch new Docker containers and run commands within those containers. I usually have an ENTRYPOINT or CMD defined in my Dockerfile which means that there is always a default process that starts when I run my Docker images. When I started working with Docker I would always use the attach command to connect to a running container.