DotNET ImageKit.io integration
This is the ImageKit.io integration library for .NET
This is not an official integration library from ImageKit.io. It is developed and maintained by the developer community with inputs from the ImageKit.io team. The list of contributors can be found below. Cheers to all of them!
This library will help you to upload your images to ImageKit.io as easy as possible. Currectly you can upload images via URL (URi), Path to existing file in your hard disk (string) and byte arrays (byte) which are default format of uploaded files in ASP.NET . Also you can make feature request or contribute for things you need.
These instructions will help you to interact with ImageKit.io services in .NET using the brand new ImageKit.io integration library.
There are a couple of ways to get started with this integration library.
Way one: Open up your project, navigate to Nuget package manager console and add Imagekit package.
Also you can search for Imagekit in Nuget GUI.
1-Clone this repo or download the zip file.
2-Add it to your solution
3-Reference your host project to Imagekit.
Now that everything's installed and set up, you can start using ImageKit.io on your .NET project! First, add this reference where you want to use imagekit.io services:
Then, initialize the imagekit.io service using this code, when your app starts(example: ASP: Global.asax, WPF: app.xaml.cs):
ConnectionHelper.Initialize("API-public", "API-Private", "ID");
Notice: API-public is your API public key, API-private is your API private key, and ID is your imagekit.io ID. You can get all of them from your Imagekit.io dashboard.
now you can upload your image using this code:
ImagekitResponse R = Upload.Picture(photo, "/path/", "name.jpg",true);
Notice: photo is your photo which can be a byte array (byte) or your photo or local path on your disk (string) or a URL to an existing picture on the web (URi). "/path/" is the desired path of uploaded file (string) . "name.jpg" is the desired name of uploaded file (string). The last parameter is "useUniqueName" which is an optional parameter (bool) with the default value of true.
This method retunes you an object with the type of ImagekitResponse which is the information about the uploaded file.
|ImagePath||The path of uploaded picture in your media library||string||"/avatar/sample_HJN0fTUtb.jpg"|
|Size||Size of uploaded photo in bytes||int||7117|
|Height||Height of uploaded photo||int||200|
|Width||Width of uploaded photo||int||200|
|ID||The unique ID of your saved picture||string||"HkiFvuZKZ/avatar/sample_HJN0fTUtb.jpg/original"|
|FileFolder||The real path of uploaded picture in imagekit.io servers||string||"/HkiFvuZKZ/avatar/sample_HJN0fTUtb.jpg/"|
|Thumbnail||The thumbnail URL of uploaded picture||string||"https://ik.imagekit.io/xeamo/tr:n-media_library_thumbnail/avatar/sample_HJN0fTUtb.jpg"|
|URL||The public URL to your picture||string||"https://ik.imagekit.io/xeamo/avatar/sample_HJN0fTUtb.jpg"|
|Name||The name of uploaded picture in your media library||string||"sample_HJN0fTUtb.jpg"|
|Transformation||The applied transformation to your picture||string||""|
Done; You uploaded your picture. Whoa! It was so fast, wasn't it?
This library is an open source project, so all the modifications and contributions are welcome! Just make a fork of this repo, do your changes and make a pull request. We'll check your code ASAP.
- Mohsen Seifi - Core development - @mohsens22
See also the list of contributors who participated in this project.
This project is licensed under the MIT License - see the LICENSE.md file for details