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Hey everyone! Team pico is excited to announce the general availability of our image hosting service, imgs.sh.
We have been working on
imgs for a few months now, figuring out the best way
to handle uploading images from our blogs while at the same time being its own
separate service. We've been using it for our own personal blogs with great
success so we're excited to release it for public use.
If you already have a pico account, then you already have access to
- Delightful terminal workflow
- Share public images from the terminal
- Seamless integration with other pico services (e.g. prose)
- Images are web optimized by default
- API to modify images on-the-fly (e.g. dimensions)
- Hotlinking encouraged!
- No ads
- 10MB max file size
- 1GB max storage
You also don't need to use our other pico services to be able to use imgs. Just
rsync like you normally would but to
scp profile.jpg firstname.lastname@example.org:/
How does it work?
When a user uploads an image, we immediately convert it to
webp. Then we have
an API that serves those web optimized images. We also allow for minimal image
manipulate -- like resizing images.
[!profile](/profile/x500) # auto scale width [!profile](/profile/500x500) # scale width and height [!profile](/profile/500x) # auto scale height
Also be sure to read our help page for more info
We'd love to get feedback on the service so please give it a try and let us know what you think.