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@resoc/create-img

Create an image based on a Resoc image template

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@resoc/create-img

Use this package to turn a template and parameter values to an image.

Install:

npm install @resoc/create-img

Then, create an image:

createImage( 'path/to/resoc.manifest.json', { title: "A picture is worth a thousand words", textColor: "#ffffff" }, { width: 1200, height: 630 }, 'path/to/output.jpg' );

Configure Puppeteer

Puppeteer is used under the hood to generate images. You need to configure it depending on your environment.

Most environments

In most environments, Puppeteer can be used directly. All you need is to install it:

npm install puppeteer

Resoc will just find it and use it.

AWS Lambda & Netlify

Due to tight memory constraints, certain environments cannot use Puppeteer as is.

Install:

npm install puppeteer-core chrome-aws-lambda

Then, instanciate the browser yourself:

const chromium = require('chrome-aws-lambda'); const browser = await chromium.puppeteer.launch({ executablePath: await chromium.executablePath, args: chromium.args, headless: chromium.headless }); createImage( 'path/to/resoc.manifest.json', { title: "A picture is worth a thousand words", textColor: "#ffffff" }, { width: 1200, height: 630 }, 'path/to/output.jpg', { browser } );

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