Thursday, March 9th, 2006

Pixoh: Online Image Editing

Category: Showcase

There are more than a couple of photo apps popping up these days aren’t there. Pixoh is a nice Ajax app that allows you to edit pics via their dhtml interface. You can quickly give it a go, and do simple rotation, cropping, etc.

The app is built using Twisted and MochiKit.

Features

  • Import pictures from any web site (including Flickr) with our bookmarklet
  • Flickr export, or save as JPG, PNG, PDF, TIF, or PSD
  • Basic editing tools like crop, rotate, resize—many more are in the works
  • Unlimited undo and redo (Control-Z and Control-Y)

Pixoh

Posted by Dion Almaer at 11:30 am
8 Comments

+++--
3.8 rating from 51 votes

8 Comments »

Comments feed TrackBack URI

MochiKit, not MockiKit

Comment by Bob Ippolito — March 9, 2006

Take a look at PXN8. [disclosure: pxn8 is my baby].

Comment by walter — March 9, 2006

Very cool.

Have you guys seen the screenshots from Google’s AJAX calendar yet, named CL2?

http://www.techcrunch.com/2006/03/08/exclusive-screenshots-google-calendar/

Comment by Mark Holton — March 10, 2006

http://ajaxian.com/archives/google-calendar-cl2

Comment by Nick Winfield — March 10, 2006

I’d be interested in seeing a Photo editing API package, since all of this really centers around the server-side photo processing functionality.. would be cool to have a service that people can write various UIs for.

Comment by Scott Schiller — March 10, 2006

Scott. That sounds like a great idea. Do you have any more details on this?

Comment by Neil — March 10, 2006

This is very good but pxn8 is better than this:)

Comment by Azer Koçulu — March 11, 2006

I always wanted a script that allows me to rotate images in realtime. Is a real pain to wait for the server to rotate and post back the image – in case you want an arbitrary angle. So I made myself a script, that allows you to rotate, zoom and reposition the image in realtime, then after you finish, you can crop the picture.
here it is:
Kroppr – image cropping script

Comment by rborn — November 13, 2008

Leave a comment

You must be logged in to post a comment.