Imager.go allows you to download as many public domain images as many you want in different dimensions randomly or you define them in a length, and let Imager.go download all the photos for you in your computer!
You might be working on a new design or building a working prototype and you need a tons of images in different dimensions.
Now collecting those images from the internet and saving them one after another is difficult, it did'nt work i have tried.
Okay, here is Imager.go app for y'all
Imager.go will download as many images as many you want from Unsplash right into your disk. It also allow you to set a range of images width and height.
How to run the application? If you do not care about the code that powers Imager.go then download the application.
- Mac OS https://github.com/rakibtg/Imager.go/blob/master/bin/ImagerMac?raw=true
- Linux 64bit https://github.com/rakibtg/Imager.go/blob/master/bin/ImagerLinux?raw=true
- Windows 64bit https://github.com/rakibtg/Imager.go/blob/master/bin/ImagerWindows.exe?raw=true
Open the downloaded file in a terminal.
- Open terminal
- Go to the directory where you have downloaded the application
- Run the app with this command
./ImagerMacif you are on a mac. Or
If you want to run the app in a Go-lang env
- Clone this repo
go run Imager.go downloader.go imageRandomUrl.go intro.go takeInput.gorun this in a terminal
If you want to build
go build Imager.go downloader.go imageRandomUrl.go intro.go takeInput.goin a terminal.
Pull Requests are welcome
Tweet me your thoughts @rakibtg