Stuph.Xamarin.FFImageLoading.Forms 0.0.1

Modified FFImageLoading Plugin for Xamarin Forms

Xamarin Library to load images quickly and easily on Xamarin.Forms.

     Ensure you call CachedImageRenderer.Init() on each platform!!!

     Features:

     - Xamarin.iOS, Xamarin.Android, Xamarin.Forms support
     - Configurable disk and memory caching
     - Multiple image views using the same image source (url, path, resource) will use only one bitmap which is cached in memory (less memory usage)
     - Deduplication of similar download/load requests. *(If 100 similar requests arrive at same time then one real loading will be performed while 99 others will wait).*
     - Error and loading placeholders support
     - Images can be automatically downsampled to specified size (less memory usage)
     - Fluent API which is inspired by Picasso naming
     - SVG / WebP / GIF support
     - Image loading Fade-In animations support
     - Can retry image downloads (RetryCount, RetryDelay)
     - Android bitmap optimization. Saves 50% of memory by trying not to use transparency channel when possible.
     - Transformations support
     - BlurredTransformation
     - CircleTransformation, RoundedTransformation, CornersTransformation, CropTransformation
     - ColorSpaceTransformation, GrayscaleTransformation, SepiaTransformation, TintTransformation
     - FlipTransformation, RotateTransformation
     - Supports custom transformations (native platform `ITransformation` implementations)

Install-Package Stuph.Xamarin.FFImageLoading.Forms -Version 0.0.1
dotnet add package Stuph.Xamarin.FFImageLoading.Forms --version 0.0.1
<PackageReference Include="Stuph.Xamarin.FFImageLoading.Forms" Version="0.0.1" />
For projects that support PackageReference, copy this XML node into the project file to reference the package.
paket add Stuph.Xamarin.FFImageLoading.Forms --version 0.0.1
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Version History

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0.0.1 764 3/10/2019