Combining the Swipebox jQuery plugin with ImageResizer can help make your website more responsive for mobile phones.
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Try these extensions before Feb. 15th, 2013 and get paid for any bugs you find! Details at bottom of page. ImageResizer.FluentExtensions by Ben Foster Tired of ResizeSettings or querystrings? Use this amazing fluent API instead: new ImageUrlBuilder() .Resize(img => img.Dimensions(400, 300).Crop()) .Transform(img => img.FlipAfter(FlipType.X)) .Output(img => img.Quality(90).Format(OutputFormat.Jpeg)) .BuildUrl("image.jpg") -> /image.jpg?width=400&height=300&mode=crop _ &flip=x&quality=90&format=jpg If you find a severe bug in this library, we'll send you $10 instead of $5.
After Feb. 1st, 2013, you will only be able to purchase plugins as part of an ImageResizer edition; we will be retiring the plugin bundles. We are not discontinuing any plugins, just changing the way they are packaged to reduce confusion and lower the barrier to entry.