Jcrop is the quick and easy way to add image cropping functionality to your web application. It combines the ease-of-use of a typical jQuery plugin with a powerful cross-platform DHTML cropping engine that is faithful to familiar desktop graphics applications.
Jcrop homepage for more info Jcrop
... [More] Manual complete docs Demos and Examples FeaturesAttaches simply to any image in your HTML page Supports aspect ratio locking Callbacks for selection done, or while moving Keyboard support for nudging selection Support for CSS styling API support including animation, setting/getting selection CompatibilityJcrop has tested well on the following browsers:
Firefox 3 Safari 3 Opera 9.5 Google Chrome Beta Internet Explorer 6+ [Less]
SLIR (Smart Lencioni Image Resizer) resizes images, intelligently sharpens, crops based on width:height ratios, color fills transparent GIFs and PNGs, and caches variations for optimal performance.
Requirements Usage For questions or support, please visit the SLIR Google Group. If you have found a bug, please use the bug tracker.
GWT Cropper is a plugin for Google Web Toolkit, that allows you to select some area on the picture and send coordinates to the server. It might be useful, if you want to crop this picture on the server side.
FeaturesUn-obtrusive Based on Prototype and
... [More] script.aculo.us Image editing package styling & functionality, the crop area functions and looks like those found in popular image editing software Dynamic inclusion of required styles Drag to draw areas Shift drag to draw/resize areas as squares Selection area can be moved Selection area can be resized using resize handles Allows dimension ratio limited crop areas Allows minimum dimension crop areas Allows maximum dimensions crop areas, if both min & max set as the same value then we'll get a fixed cropper [Less]
Applications that use images usually have requirements for the size of these images. To be able to use an image users have to cut out the area they want, and then resize it to the required size. This is a cumbersome and time-consuming process for most users.
With the Image Cutout Component you
... [More] can add functionality to crop and resize images to your application, so your users can focus on their task: selecting the area of interest. You tell the component what the desired size is, and the component makes sure the area the user selects has the correct aspect ratio. When the user indicates he has finished selecting the area, the component will crop and resize the image. [Less]