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Stoyan Stefanov's Blog:
Laziest image resize in PHP
December 14, 2006 @ 09:19:00

On phpied.com, there's this new post that shares Stoyan's lazy way to resize images in PHP - with the help of the PEAR::Image_Transform package.

Today I saw a post at digg.com on image resizing with PHP and there was quite a discussion. Let me share the laziest way (that I know of) how to do it - PEAR::Image_Transform is all it takes.

His code is only five lines log and takes in a JPG image and resizes it down to a 100x100 pixel image to output as a PNG. He also mentions some of the other functionality the package has, including lots of other image manipulation extensions.

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