Use ImageEngine through a jQuery plugin
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jquery.imageengine.js

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ImageEnine jQuery plugin

A jQuery plugin is a plain JavaScript file that you must reference right after the jQuery file in your web views. Here’s how to use the plugin. First, download and include the jquery.imageengine.js in your markup. Then initialize the plugin with the options you need:

<script type="text/javascript">
    $("img").imageEngine({
        debug: true,
        account: "your-account",
        accountType: "lite",
        width: 400,
        height: 400,
        mode: "cropbox",
        transparencyColor: "0000ff"
    });
</script>

NOTE: You need to sign up to get your user token for the account setting.

In the simplest case, you need the following (recommended):

$("img").imageEngine( {account:"your-account"} );

If you just want to give ImageEngine a try, you could even call it without any parameters. In this case, as shown in the code, the ImageEngine URL is try.imgeng.in which is only used (and recommended) as a test platform.

$("img").imageEngine(); 

Thanks to the jQuery flexibility, you can even turn into ImageEngine endpoints all images in a web view in a single shot. It all depends on the jQuery selector you use to apply the plugin.