18 packages returned for Tags:"Scaling"

Nautilus is a library and command line tool that helps to automate Octopus deploys during horizontal scaling operations by determining all of the releases to deploy by the machine's role and environment. It is also capable of downloading, installing, configuring, updating and registering the Octopus... More information
With this package you can easily add server-side scaled images to your EPiServer site supporting responsive design. For simple scalling use <ow:Image src="/myImg.png" Width="100" Height="100" Tranformation="ScaleToFill" For responsive design use <ow:ResponsiveImage /> where you can define... More information
With this package you can easily add server-side scaled images to your EPiServer site supporting responsive design. For simple scalling use <ow:Image src="/myImg.png" Width="100" Height="100" Tranformation="ScaleToFill" For responsive design use <ow:ResponsiveImage /> where you can define... More information
This NuGet package contains a zip file with the source code for the Enterprise Library Integration Pack for Windows Azure. The Microsoft Enterprise Library is a set of reusable application blocks that help developers meet common enterprise software development challenges. The Microsoft Enterprise... More information
The Microsoft Enterprise Library Autoscaling Application Block for Windows Azure provides reusable and testable components to add or manage autoscaling capabilities for Windows Azure hosted services and applications. The block is a part of the Enterprise Library Integration Pack for Windows Azure.
High-Performance image processing pipeline for .NET. Implements best-of-breed algorithms, linear light processing, and sharpening for the best image resizing quality available. Speed, efficiency, and image quality are unmatched by anything else on the .NET platform.
Inspired by zetbaitsu's Compressor, Resizer is a lightweight and easy-to-use Android library for image scaling. It allows you to resize an image file to a smaller or bigger one while keeping the aspect ratio.