IIIF - IIIF Image API implementation
Package IIIF provides an implementation of IIIF ImageAPI based on the ImageMagick command line application: Requests to get a specific segment of an image are mapped to command line arguments of ImageMagick to perform the requested segment extraction. See "EXAMPLES" in i3f for examples.
Full IIIF ImageAPI 3.0 level 2 compliance
Support abbreviated requests (e.g. 300,200 to select size, 90/gray to select rotation and quality...).
Web service (IIIF::ImageAPI) and command line client (i3f)
fully passing the IIIF Image API Validator with all Level 2 features (except some inexplicable test failures with PDF, WebP, and JP2 format).
works with ImageMagick 6 (tested on Ubuntu Linux) and ImageMagick 7 (tested on Windows)
100% test coverage on statement level, (>90% on branch level and >70% on condition level).
See also "REQUIREMENTS" in IIIF::Magick for additional installation for optional features.
Most Unixes include system Perl by default. You should also install ImageMagick and cpanminus. For instance at Ubuntu Linux:
sudo apt-get install imagemagick cpanminus
To speed up installation of Perl dependencies of this package, optionally:
sudo apt-get install libplack-perl libplack-middleware-crossorigin-perl
And for optional support of WebP format:
sudo apt-get install webp libwebp-dev
Then install IIIF with Perl package manager:
Install ImageMagick and Perl, for instance with Chocolatey:
choco install imagemagick.tool
choco install strawberryperl
parse and express an IIIF Image API request build of region, size, rotation, quality, and format
get image information and convert images as specified with IIIF Image API request using ImageMagick
provide a Plack web service to access images via IIIF Image API
This module provides the command line script i3f to apply IIIF Image API requests without a web service.
Copyright (C) Jakob Voß.
This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the same terms as Perl itself.
Jakob Voß <email@example.com>
To install IIIF, copy and paste the appropriate command in to your terminal.
perl -MCPAN -e shell
For more information on module installation, please visit the detailed CPAN module installation guide.