This makes is super easy to handle Retina images in your Rails 3.1+ apps. It adds r_image_tag that can be used in place of the existing image_tag and it'll automatically serve up Retina images to devices that can handle the resolution and normal images otherwise.
How to Use it
In your Gemfile:
In your application.js:
//= require clear_eyes
This assumes that
email@example.com is sized properly for retina images. Remember, Retina images are double the pixel density of standard images.
Now that you have Retina-ready images and a way to serve them up in your views, what about non-retina machines?
There's a rake for that! You only need to create one image (the Retina one).
rake clear_eyes:convert will convert create non-retina images from the images in app/assets/images. It's even take care of the file names! Pretty cool right? So,
firstname.lastname@example.org will automatically be copied, downsized and named
NOTE rmagick "~> 2.13.1" must be added to your Gemfile for this to work. It is not included by default in order to avoid adding rmagick to your production environment.
You can thank me later.
Please contribute! The community is much smarter than me and your help would be appreciated!
- Fork it
- Create your feature branch (
git checkout -b my-new-feature)
- Commit your changes (
git commit -am 'Added some feature')
- Push to the branch (
git push origin my-new-feature)
- Create new Pull Request