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What is AspJpeg Hosting?
AspJpeg is a component used by many hosting services that allows you to create high quality, extremely customizable images for your website. The ASP in AspJpeg stands for application service provider. The function of ASPs is to manage and administer a huge amount of data which is then divvied up between a vast array of clients.
As web hosting has grown more and more complex, an increasing number of hosting providers have taken to hiring ASPs to handle the collective information technology of everyone using their hosting service. Once a hosting provider starts using an ASP to manage their data, a whole slew of ASP-specific components become available to them--some cover emailing, some cover encryption, and some, like AspJpeg, cover image quality and manipulation.
While shopping for a web hosting service for your website, image quality might not be high up on your list of things you think to consider when comparing hosting providers. It’s understandable for you to mostly be focused on bandwidth, storage, and other technical elements. However, depending on which provider you choose, the images you upload to your site could look anywhere from mediocre to extraordinary.
AspJpeg is an active server component and distributed by Persists Software Inc. AspJpeg is specifically designed to be an advanced image management component built for use in a Microsoft Windows IIS environment. With AspJpeg, ASP/ASP.NET applications are able to dynamically create high-quality thumbnails of images in just a few lines of code. The result is not only high quality, but quick manipulation of images due to the simplicity of the code.
Original images that AspJpeg can be manipulated may be in any of the following formats: JPEG, GIF, BMP, TIFF or PNG. With AspJpeg, you can create high-quality thumbnails, logo-stamp photographs, extract metadata information from images, crop, enhance, rotate, convert, and many more functions that make for a dynamic graphics package. AspJpeg is specifically designed to make sure that your images sit on the extraordinary side of the spectrum.
When a hosting provider installs AspJpeg on their servers, it allows that provider’s customers to upload images in a wide range of formats, convert images from one format to another, resize, crop, and rotate images, create thumbnails, add watermarks to images, and so on.
Popular and Useful Applications
One of the popular applications for AspJpeg is enabling the ability to quickly resize digital images on the fly, especially for users of your site. With just a few lines of code, this simple but powerful component enables site users to create high-quality image thumbnails. This is especially useful in situations where there is development of an online photo album or any number of web-based applications where users upload their digital pictures up to the site.
Think of sites like Facebook and Twitter for reference on this functionality. Graphics are a constant part of the web experience and with modern social sites integrating personal digital pictures of its users, having a dynamic web digital image manipulation capability is a critical functionality to many sites across the spectrum. In this case, AspJpeg can be used in tandem with a parallel technology like AspUpload to create thumbnails of the images as they are being uploaded to a site. Further examples of AspJpeg include full on gallery functionality, with a plethora of options such as watermarks, various visual corrections, and conversion of file types.
AspJpeg features include:
To use AspJpeg, you’ll just need to choose a hosting provider that offers it as one of their components. As described, it is built for IIS environments, so you will likely be looking at a number of high powered and feature rich Windows hosting options to deliver on this need.