Know API parameters that helps render images clearly

The most common habit that anyone with smart phone in hand today would have is to take the selfies and crop them in a way that fits the WhatsApp DP or the Facebook profile pic and so on. Of course, the new social media networks like the twitter and Instagram has got more options for enabling people to post the images as is taken in their mobiles. Each mobile would have different resolution but you could not support all of these resolutions on the laptop or other mobile screens that you are targeting to render the images or photos that are already uploaded by you to a file server. From this server you could provide a reference to the image file you have uploaded there. However, though you know from where the details of the image should be fetched, you still may be confused of how to render it on client interface.


This is where the complete details about the client parameters like the width and height are to be specified by you when using the RESTful screenshot API. This API when used with the right parameters would render screenshots that are saved on filer server or are provided as base64 encoded version. Either way, how big the image should be displayed would depend on the client side parameters like the width and the height. One other parameter that you should set is the mouse click or the touch screen, while the former option is to render image on mouse click on a laptop, the later would be used to render the image on a user touching his or her mobile screen with the fingers.


So, the APIs’ parameters that are smart in understanding the device type on which the application is being used would be able to automatically render the image as per the parameter values that are already set by you.


So, the APIs’ parameters that are smart in understanding the device type on which the application is being used would be able to automatically render the image as per the parameter values that are already set by you.