Quick Start (10 minutes or less)
We try to make the start with Pixboost as fast and as easy as possible. We aim it to be under 10 minutes. So, lets cut it short.
Basically, you have to pass your image through the service.
Or select a plan in the "Prices" section and press the "Sign Up" button accordingly.
Enter the desired e-mail, the one your account would be associated with, to the field "E-mail address" and press the "Sign Up" button.
Go to your Mailbox, and Press the link to your new account.You will be forwarder to the password setup page.
We recommend you to create a longer and therefore safer password as your account could contain sensitive information, like API secrets.
Press the "Set Password" button and you will be forwarded to your account.
Add at least one Image Domain you are going to work with by pressing the "+" button on a Welcome Screen.
Image Domain is a domain name of a website you want to connect to Pixboost service. We need this name to establish connection of the name of your website with the API Keys which we generate for security reasons.
Then add your Image Domain to the form and press "Add" button:
You can add as many domains and sub-domains as you need by clicking "Add domain" link. To delete any domain press the "Delete" link.
Below you will see a pre-generated API Keys, which you will use to access API.
API Key is a value that is generated for security purposes by Pixboost. You have to use it in the URLs of images you wish to deliver through Pixboost service.
To add more keys press the "Generate new key" link:
Image URL pattern is:
Set up your Image URL the following way:
Let's look through the parameters of this URL:
mywebsite.com.au/logo.png/- URL to the image you would like to process through Pixboost
resize?size=200&- function call with parameters, where resize is the resize function you wish to use, and size=200 is a value you wish to set for your image.
auth=MjczNjAyMjY3NQ__- is an API key that Pixboost generates for you.
Basic API operations are:
- Resize - resize to the needed size with preserving aspect ratio
- Fit - resize to the exactly specified size ignoring aspect ratio. Will crop image if needed.
- Optimise - optimising image
- As is - do not perform any transformations
Please, refer to the examples at the bottom of the page: