Image proxy service
Library to create image proxying services.
The most basic usecase is serving images through HTTPS and stripping information from the original request, similar to what [camo](https://github.com/atmos/camo) does.
Imgservice brings it a step forward by allowing:
- Non-http(s) sources (eg. private S3 buckets, …)
- Image processing (resizing, cropping, …)
URL format and security
URLs are in the format: https://example.com/<token>, where token is a (signed, b64 encoded) object describing the image source and any required transformations.
All the configuration is done by writing a simple Python script that imports and makes use of the imgservice library.
To run the test suite:
docker-compose run –rm -e PYTHONHASHSEED=0 web py.test -vvv –cov=imgservice –cov-report=term-missing ./tests
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