When you need robust image processing features into your Ruby application, but do not have time&resources to develop complex imaging back end yourself, Aspose.Imaging Cloud SDK for Ruby is for you. There are set of powerful image conversion, transformation, filtering features along with advanced reverse image search feature exposed via Aspose.Imaging REST API and wrapped as native Ruby SDK to help Ruby developers build imaging applications easy.
Selected use cases are cross format image conversion, cropping, resizing, flipping, filtering the images, perfroming reverse image search, to find similar images on from specific Url, search for duplicates, etc.
Aspose.Imaging Cloud SDK for Ruby offers advanced processing of multi page TIFF images. You can extract a single TIFF frame to crop, resize, rotate, or flip add the frame, prepare TIFF as a fax.
Advanced Cloud Image Transformation SDK Features
Get and update image properties
Update parameters of JPEG2000, WEBP image
Resize or crop image and convert its format
Rotate or flip an image
Export image to another file format
Merge TIFF images
Convert TIFF to Fax compatible format
Use single API call to scale, crop, flip & export an image
Extract a specific frame from a multi-frame TIFF image
Crop, resize or get properties of a specific TIFF frame
Rotate and/or flip a TIFF frame
Extract specific frame from TIFF image to rotate, flip, resize & crop
Get Started with Imaging Cloud SDK
It is easy to get started. Simply create an account at Aspose for Cloud and get your application information. Once you have the App SID & Key, you are ready to give the Aspose.Imaging Cloud SDK for Ruby a try.
Adavnced Support for TIFF Image Format
Aspose.Imaging Cloud SDK for Ruby offers advanced support for TIFF (Tagged Image File Format). It's easy to perform a wide variety of operations on TIFF images or selected frames, such as conversion to other formats as well as other manipulation operations such as cropping, resizing, rotating & flipping, filtering. You can also append TIFF frames to another TIFF image or extract individual TIFF frames for further processing or faxing.