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nagornyi (MIS) (OP)
23 Feb 11 19:57
I need to create a site allowing to manipulate images, something like, so that you can drag and drop several images, resize them, etc.
Would appreciate any advice on what technologies/tools/techniques are used to create something like that.
Helpful Member!  johnwm (Programmer)
24 Feb 11 2:33
A quick look at the page source shows that it's simply javascript. The actual code is linked from although it is compressed and quite hard to follow. If you want to replicate this sort of site I would suggest a prepared framework such as jquery

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Helpful Member!  kjv1611 (TechnicalUser)
11 Mar 11 10:48
Not sure which jquery plugin would work best, but there are several "picture" tools already built in php/java using jquery.

I know int he Drupal framework, there are several such, and WordPress as well... Of course, you can have a static html site with just this piece embedded, I'd imagine.  And I'm sure there are other CMS options with this idea as well, in flavors such as WordPress and Joomla.


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