Hello!! Dragonfly is a highly customizable ruby gem for handling images and other attachments and is already in use on thousands of websites.
If you want to generate image thumbnails in Rails ...
class User < ActiveRecord::Base # model dragonfly_accessor :photo end
<%= image_tag @user.photo.thumb('300x200#') # view %>
... or generate text images on-demand in Sinatra ...
get "/:text" do |text| Dragonfly.app.generate(:text, text, "font-size" => 32).to_response(env) end
... or just generally manage attachments in your web app ...
wav = Dragonfly.app.fetch_url("http://free.music/lard.wav") # GET from t'interwebs mp3 = wav.to_mp3 # to_mp3 is a custom processor uid = mp3.store # store in the configured datastore, e.g. S3 url = Dragonfly.app.remote_url_for(uid) # ===> http://s3.amazon.com/my-stuff/lard.mp3
... then Dragonfly is for you! See the documentation to get started!
Dragonfly has changed somewhat since version 0.9. See the Upgrading wiki for notes on changes, and feel free to add anything you come across while upgrading!
Changes are listed in History.md
If for whatever reason you can't upgrade, then the docs for version 0.9.x are here.
gem install dragonfly
or in your Gemfile
gem 'dragonfly', '~> 1.0.4'
Dragonfly has been tested with ruby versions 1.8.7, 1.9.2, 1.9.3, 2.0.0, jruby 1.7.8 and rubinius 2.2.
See the Add-ons wiki.
Please feel free to contribute!!
Please use the github issue tracker if you have any issues.