What is the Filerobot Image Editor?
The Filerobot Image Editor is an innovative solution that allows users to easily edit, resize, flip, crop, rotate, finetune, add watermarks, and apply filters to images directly on their website or within web applications. It integrates easily with a few lines of code and offers a user-friendly interface, making it accessible for web developers and creative professionals.
Filerobot customers should note that the Filerobot Image Editor has been decommissioned and replaced by the new Filerobot Media Asset Widget (FMAW). As a result, all functionalities and customization options through Filerobot Admin Hub are no longer available. This upgrade is part of our commitment to improve our services continually, enhancing our image editing capabilities and offering a more comprehensive solution.
All new integrations now require the full Filerobot Media Asset Widget. If you wish to learn more about the new feature, test it for free on our demo page. For further assistance with integrating the media uploader into your website or application, our dedicated Scaleflex Support Team is here to help.
We highly recommend following the steps and instructions provided in the documentation and NPM packages listed below:
- Filerobot Media Asset Widget (FMAW) – Documentation
- NPM Package - FMAW - READ ME
- NPM Package - FMAW - CORE
While the image editor functionality within the Filerobot Admin Hub for paid customers is no longer available, the Filerobot Image Editor is still accessible as an open-source project on GitHub.
Feel free to contact us for any guidance or support during this transition. We appreciate your understanding as we continue to enhance and optimize our image editing capabilities. The Filerobot Image Editor may have evolved, but our commitment to empowering your website and web applications remains unwavering.
If you have any questions or issues, please feel free to contact our Software Engineer and mention the following details:
- Short description of the issue (including URLs, screenshot, short video if available)
- Steps to reproduce the issue.