Simple Image Crop directive for AngularJS. Enables to crop a circle or a square out of an image.
- Modern Browser supporting
You have two options to get the files:
- Download ngImgCrop files from GitHub.
- Use Bower to download the files. Just run
bower install ngImgCrop.
Add the scripts to your application. Make sure the
ng-img-crop.js file is inserted after the
Add a dependancy
Add the image crop module as a dependancy to your application module:
- Add the image crop directive
<img-crop>to the HTML file where you want to use an image crop control. Note: a container, you place the directive to, should have some pre-defined size (absolute or relative to its parent). That's required, because the image crop control fits the size of its container.
- Bind the directive to a source image property (using image="" option). The directive will read the image data from that property and watch for updates. The property can be a url to an image, or a data uri.
- Bind the directive to a result image property (using result-image="" option). On each update, the directive will put the content of the crop area to that property in the data uri format.
- Set up the options that make sense to your application.
The result image will always be a square for the both circle and square area types. It's highly recommended to store the image as a square on your back-end, because this will enable you to easily update your pics later, if you decide to implement some design changes. Showing a square image as a circle on the front-end is not a problem - it is as easy as adding a border-radius style for that image in a css.
The following code enables to select an image using a file input and crop it. The cropped image data is inserted into img each time the crop area updates.
Assignable angular expression to data-bind to. NgImgCrop gets an image for cropping from it.
Assignable angular expression to data-bind to. NgImgCrop puts a data uri of a cropped image into it.
Optional. By default, to reduce CPU usage, when a user drags/resizes the crop area, the result image is only updated after the user stops dragging/resizing. Set true to always update the result image as the user drags/resizes the crop area.
Optional. Type of the crop area. Possible values: circle|square. Default: circle.
Optional. Min. width/height of the crop area (in pixels). Default: 80.
Optional. Width/height of the result image (in pixels). Default: 200.
Optional. Expression to evaluate upon changing the cropped part of the image. The cropped image data is available as $dataURI.
Optional. Expression to evaluate when the source image starts loading.
Optional. Expression to evaluate when the source image successfully loaded.
Optional. Expression to evaluate when the source image didn't load.
See the LICENSE file.