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Minify images seamlessly

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imagemin

Minify images seamlessly



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Install

$ npm install imagemin

Usage

import imagemin from 'imagemin';
import imageminJpegtran from 'imagemin-jpegtran';
import imageminPngquant from 'imagemin-pngquant';

const files = await imagemin(['images/*.{jpg,png}'], {
	destination: 'build/images',
	plugins: [
		imageminJpegtran(),
		imageminPngquant({
			quality: [0.6, 0.8]
		})
	]
});

console.log(files);
//=> [{data: <Buffer 89 50 4e …>, destinationPath: 'build/images/foo.jpg'}, …]

API

imagemin(input, options?)

Returns Promise<object[]> in the format {data: Buffer, sourcePath: string, destinationPath: string}.

input

Type: string[]

File paths or glob patterns.

options

Type: object

destination

Type: string

Set the destination folder to where your files will be written. If no destination is specified, no files will be written.

plugins

Type: Array

Plugins to use.

glob

Type: boolean
Default: true

Enable globbing when matching file paths.

imagemin.buffer(buffer, options?)

Returns Promise<Buffer>.

buffer

Type: Buffer

Buffer to optimize.

options

Type: object

plugins

Type: Array

Plugins to use.

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Score

Popularity52/100
Quality78/100
Maintenance61/100