com.google.appengine.api.images.ImagesService Java Examples

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Example #1
Source Project: wmf2svg   Author: hidekatsu-izuno   File: ImageUtil.java    License: Apache License 2.0 6 votes vote down vote up
public byte[] convert(byte[] image, String destType, boolean reverse) {
	if (destType == null) {
		throw new IllegalArgumentException("dest type is null.");
	} else {
		destType = destType.toLowerCase();
	}

	ImagesService.OutputEncoding encoding = null;
	if ("png".equals(destType)) {
		encoding = OutputEncoding.PNG;
	} else if ("jpeg".equals(destType)) {
		encoding = OutputEncoding.JPEG;
	} else {
		throw new UnsupportedOperationException("unsupported image encoding: " + destType);
	}

	ImagesService imagesService = ImagesServiceFactory.getImagesService();
	Image bmp = ImagesServiceFactory.makeImage(image);

	Transform t = (reverse) ? ImagesServiceFactory.makeVerticalFlip() : ImagesServiceFactory.makeCompositeTransform();
	return imagesService.applyTransform(t, bmp, encoding).getImageData();
}
 
Example #2
Source Project: appinventor-extensions   Author: mit-cml   File: GalleryServiceImpl.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
/**
 * when an app is published/updated, we need to move the image
 * that was temporarily uploaded into projects/projectid/image
 * into the gallery image
 * @param app gallery app
 */
private void setGalleryAppImage(GalleryApp app) {
  // best thing would be if GCS has a mv op, we can just do that.
  // don't think that is there, though, so for now read one and write to other
  // First, read the file from projects name
  boolean lockForRead = false;
  //String projectImageKey = app.getProjectImageKey();
  GallerySettings settings = loadGallerySettings();
  String projectImageKey = settings.getProjectImageKey(app.getProjectId());
  try {
    GcsService gcsService = GcsServiceFactory.createGcsService();
    //GcsFilename filename = new GcsFilename(GalleryApp.GALLERYBUCKET, projectImageKey);
    GcsFilename filename = new GcsFilename(settings.getBucket(), projectImageKey);
    GcsInputChannel readChannel = gcsService.openReadChannel(filename, 0);
    InputStream gcsis = Channels.newInputStream(readChannel);

    byte[] buffer = new byte[8000];
    int bytesRead = 0;
    ByteArrayOutputStream bao = new ByteArrayOutputStream();

    while ((bytesRead = gcsis.read(buffer)) != -1) {
      bao.write(buffer, 0, bytesRead);
    }
    // close the project image file
    readChannel.close();

    // if image is greater than 200 X 200, it will be scaled (200 X 200).
    // otherwise, it will be stored as origin.
    byte[] oldImageData = bao.toByteArray();
    byte[] newImageData;
    ImagesService imagesService = ImagesServiceFactory.getImagesService();
    Image oldImage = ImagesServiceFactory.makeImage(oldImageData);
    //if image size is too big, scale it to a smaller size.
    if(oldImage.getWidth() > 200 && oldImage.getHeight() > 200){
        Transform resize = ImagesServiceFactory.makeResize(200, 200);
        Image newImage = imagesService.applyTransform(resize, oldImage);
        newImageData = newImage.getImageData();
    }else{
        newImageData = oldImageData;
    }

    // set up the cloud file (options)
    // After publish, copy the /projects/projectId image into /apps/appId
    //String galleryKey = app.getImageKey();
    String galleryKey = settings.getImageKey(app.getGalleryAppId());

    //GcsFilename outfilename = new GcsFilename(GalleryApp.GALLERYBUCKET, galleryKey);
    GcsFilename outfilename = new GcsFilename(settings.getBucket(), galleryKey);
    GcsFileOptions options = new GcsFileOptions.Builder().mimeType("image/jpeg")
        .acl("public-read").cacheControl("no-cache").build();
    GcsOutputChannel writeChannel = gcsService.createOrReplace(outfilename, options);
    writeChannel.write(ByteBuffer.wrap(newImageData));

    // Now finalize
    writeChannel.close();

  } catch (IOException e) {
    // TODO Auto-generated catch block
    LOG.log(Level.INFO, "FAILED WRITING IMAGE TO GCS");
    e.printStackTrace();
  }
}
 
Example #3
Source Project: java-docs-samples   Author: GoogleCloudPlatform   File: ImagesServlet.java    License: Apache License 2.0 4 votes vote down vote up
@Override
public void doGet(HttpServletRequest req, HttpServletResponse resp) throws IOException {

  // [START original_image]
  // Read the image.jpg resource into a ByteBuffer.
  FileInputStream fileInputStream = new FileInputStream(new File("WEB-INF/image.jpg"));
  FileChannel fileChannel = fileInputStream.getChannel();
  ByteBuffer byteBuffer = ByteBuffer.allocate((int) fileChannel.size());
  fileChannel.read(byteBuffer);

  byte[] imageBytes = byteBuffer.array();

  // Write the original image to Cloud Storage
  gcsService.createOrReplace(
      new GcsFilename(bucket, "image.jpeg"),
      new GcsFileOptions.Builder().mimeType("image/jpeg").build(),
      ByteBuffer.wrap(imageBytes));
  // [END original_image]

  // [START resize]
  // Get an instance of the imagesService we can use to transform images.
  ImagesService imagesService = ImagesServiceFactory.getImagesService();

  // Make an image directly from a byte array, and transform it.
  Image image = ImagesServiceFactory.makeImage(imageBytes);
  Transform resize = ImagesServiceFactory.makeResize(100, 50);
  Image resizedImage = imagesService.applyTransform(resize, image);

  // Write the transformed image back to a Cloud Storage object.
  gcsService.createOrReplace(
      new GcsFilename(bucket, "resizedImage.jpeg"),
      new GcsFileOptions.Builder().mimeType("image/jpeg").build(),
      ByteBuffer.wrap(resizedImage.getImageData()));
  // [END resize]

  // [START rotate]
  // Make an image from a Cloud Storage object, and transform it.
  BlobstoreService blobstoreService = BlobstoreServiceFactory.getBlobstoreService();
  BlobKey blobKey = blobstoreService.createGsBlobKey("/gs/" + bucket + "/image.jpeg");
  Image blobImage = ImagesServiceFactory.makeImageFromBlob(blobKey);
  Transform rotate = ImagesServiceFactory.makeRotate(90);
  Image rotatedImage = imagesService.applyTransform(rotate, blobImage);

  // Write the transformed image back to a Cloud Storage object.
  gcsService.createOrReplace(
      new GcsFilename(bucket, "rotatedImage.jpeg"),
      new GcsFileOptions.Builder().mimeType("image/jpeg").build(),
      ByteBuffer.wrap(rotatedImage.getImageData()));
  // [END rotate]

  // [START servingUrl]
  // Create a fixed dedicated URL that points to the GCS hosted file
  ServingUrlOptions options =
      ServingUrlOptions.Builder.withGoogleStorageFileName("/gs/" + bucket + "/image.jpeg")
          .imageSize(150)
          .crop(true)
          .secureUrl(true);
  String url = imagesService.getServingUrl(options);
  // [END servingUrl]

  // Output some simple HTML to display the images we wrote to Cloud Storage
  // in the browser.
  PrintWriter out = resp.getWriter();
  out.println("<html><body>\n");
  out.println(
      "<img src='//storage.cloud.google.com/" + bucket + "/image.jpeg' alt='AppEngine logo' />");
  out.println(
      "<img src='//storage.cloud.google.com/"
          + bucket
          + "/resizedImage.jpeg' alt='AppEngine logo resized' />");
  out.println(
      "<img src='//storage.cloud.google.com/"
          + bucket
          + "/rotatedImage.jpeg' alt='AppEngine logo rotated' />");
  out.println("<img src='" + url + "' alt='Hosted logo' />");
  out.println("</body></html>\n");
}