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Image Editor

@uppy/image-editor allows users to crop, rotate, zoom and flip images that are added to Uppy.

Designed to be used with the Dashboard UI (can in theory work without it).

⚠ In beta.

Screenshor of the Image Editor plugin UI in Dashboard

const Uppy = require('@uppy/core')
const Dashboard = require('@uppy/dashboard')
const ImageEditor = require('@uppy/image-editor')

const uppy = new Uppy()
uppy.use(Dashboard)
uppy.use(ImageEditor, {
  target: Dashboard,
  quality: 0.8
})

Installation

This plugin is published as the @uppy/image-editor package.

Install from NPM:

npm install @uppy/image-editor

The @uppy/image-editor plugin is in beta and is not yet available in the CDN package.

CSS

The @Uppy/image-editor plugin requires the following CSS for styling:

import '@uppy/image-editor/dist/style.css'

A minified version is also available as style.min.css at the same path. Include this import after your import of the core stylesheet and the dashboard stylesheet.

Options

The @uppy/image-editor plugin has the following configurable options:

uppy.use(ImageEditor, {
  id: 'ImageEditor',
  quality: 0.8,
  cropperOptions: {
    viewMode: 1,
    background: false,
    autoCropArea: 1,
    responsive: true
  },
  actions: {
    revert: true,
    rotate: true,
    granularRotate: true,
    flip: true,
    zoomIn: true,
    zoomOut: true,
    cropSquare: true,
    cropWidescreen: true,
    cropWidescreenVertical: true
  }
})

id: 'ImageEditor'

A unique identifier for this plugin. It defaults to 'ImageEditor'.

quality: 0.8

Quality of the resulting blob that will be saved in Uppy after editing/cropping.

cropperOptions

Image Editor is using the excellent Cropper.js, and if you’d like to fine tune the Cropper.js instance, you can pass options to it.

actions

Image Editor actions buttons, which will be shown. If you you’d like to hide any action pass false to it. By default all the actions are visible.

Events

file-editor:start

Emitted when selectFile(file) is called.

uppy.on('file-editor:start', (file) => {
  console.log(file)
})

file-editor:complete

Emitted after save(blob) is called.

uppy.on('file-editor:complete', (updatedFile) => {
  console.log(updatedFile)
})