ImageMagick and GD Library
Learn what ImageMagick is as well as what the GD Library is utilized for and why they are so widely common.
If you would like to have dynamic images on your internet site, the web server where you host it ought to have the correct software for this. Rather than using static images with a fixed size, you can have thumbnails and automatically resized images in accordance with the device a site visitor uses or you can even flip and invert images through a script application. All of these things are possible through ImageMagick and GD library - two pieces of software that could be installed on a hosting server and that work with a large amount of widely used scripting languages such as: Perl, Python and PHP. Thus, you may use images with any web-based app that you would like, regardless what language it was designed with - a custom-made Perl script or a PHP one. The two libraries will enable you to work with more than 100 different image formats like GIF, PNG, TIFF, JPEG, etc.
ImageMagick and GD Library in Hosting
Our in-house made cloud server platform will supply the suitable software setting for your sites regardless of the content that you would like to have. Galleries and all other types of sites that employ images and graphs are not an exception since ImageMagick and GD Library are accessible with all the Linux hosting packages that we provide. Your account will be set up on the cloud hosting platform and regardless of which PHP version you wish to use (4, 5.2, 5.3, 5.4, 5.5), both the libraries will be enabled by default, not on demand. If the script app that you employ offers such capabilities, you'll be able to work with images from the admin section, while the website visitors will be able to do this by using the front end of the website.