Lollipop – Image Editor

Lollipop – Image Editor Created by specialapp. This templates have specific characteristics, namely: Lollipop is the perfect image editing HTML5 app for quick and straight forward editing. .

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Lollipop - Image Editor
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Main Features:

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  • Compatible browsers: IE11, Firefox, Opera, Chrome, Edge
  • Files included: JavaScript JS, HTML, CSS, PHP

Lollipop is the perfect image editing HTML5 app for quick and straight forward editing.

Features

  • Mobile Friendly
  • 90+ FILTERS

    16 Filters + 7 Guest Filters (Instagram) from filters section, and 70+ filters from package section. Lollipop’s filters are shown real-time while you take a photo with your webcam. Move to next or previous filter by swiping.

  • 15 ADJUSTMENT & CROPPING & TRANSFORMING TOOLS & UNIQUE FRAMES

    Use adjustment tools: Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Noise, Sharpen, Blur, Circle Blur, Vignette, Effects, Customize RGB… to enhance your images to perfection with ease. Transform your photos with rotating and flipping tools. Crop your photos with quick and easy cropping tool…

Integration

The documentation is included in the package.

Standalone

Import image from gallery (drag and drop support) or take it from webcam, also you can launch the editor with any image you want by changing “src” parameter (url of image to load into editor, can be relative to init.js or absolute). Example: http://127.0.0.1:38613/index.html?src=*

Requirements

Note: You might need to host lollipop on a server to avoid some strict browser restrictions around file:// protocol. Any server will do, there are no requirements for it.
Camera no longer works on insecure origins. To use this feature, you should consider switching your application to a secure origin, such as HTTPS.