The ASP.NET Core Image Editor control is a graphical user interface used for editing images. It provides built-in support for rotate, flip, zoom, and crop the images based on the selection. It also has support for inserting an annotations including rectangle, ellipse, line, text, and freehand drawings.
The Image Editor control has multiple selection options including square, circle, and can be customized to various aspect ratios. The selection region can be dragged and resized for cropping an image.
The selection region can be customized by dragging and resizing an image.
The selection region can be customized as a square. That square can be dragged and resized.
The selection region can be customized as a circle. That circle can be moved and resized.
The selection region can be customized according to the predefined ratios including 4:3, 7:5, 16:9, and more.
The Image Editor has multiple annotations support including text, freehand drawings, and shapes such as rectangle, ellipse, and line.
The Text annotation can be inserted and customized by changing its color, font family, font size, and font styles such as bold and italic.
These annotations can be customized by changing the pen color and stroke width.
The shape annotations include rectangle, ellipse, and line. The border color, fill color, and border width of the shapes can be customized.
Rotate, flip, and zoom images with annotations.
Rotate images with annotation to 90, 180, 270, 360 degrees clockwise and anti-clockwise.
Flip images with annotations horizontally/vertically.
Magnify the image using zooming, and pan to see the hidden zones of an image.
It supports to load an image either as base 64 or URL. It supports PNG, JPEG, and SVG image types.
Toolbars are used to interact and edit images with customization. Users can define their own toolbars for an image editor by customizing the items or the entire toolbar.
Save the image as PNG, JPEG, and SVG.
The ASP.NET Core Image Editor provides a responsive mode that gives an adaptive, redesigned UI appearance for mobile devices and a great user experience on all phone, tablet, and desktop form factors.
Developers can control the appearance and behaviors of the Image Editor using its rich set of APIs.
The ASP.NET Core Image Editor supports built-in themes such as Bootstrap 5, Tailwind CSS, Fluent, high contrast, and more. Users can customize these built-in themes or create new themes to achieve the desired look and feel either by simply overriding SASS variables or using our Theme Studio application.
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