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BlurHash

BlurHash is a compact representation of a placeholder for an image.

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    2022-07-30

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  • BlurHash: An Alternative to Generic Image Placeholders
    Blogspam, including just taking over the source images. Original: https://blurha.sh/ and https://blog.wolt.com/hq/2019/07/01/how-we-came-to-create-a-new-image-placeholder-algorithm-blurhash/ (2019). - Source: Hacker News / about 1 year ago
  • blurred layer on top of other content using react-native-skia
    If you do go this way, you can use https://blurha.sh. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Migrating my website from Gatsby to Astro
    No blurhash for images like Next or Gatsby. - Source: dev.to / over 1 year ago
  • What does YouTube use to get the color out of videos in their new 'ambient mode' feature to create this dynamic background?
    Could be something similar to BlurHash? I don't have this feature yet on my YouTube so I can't really tell how it behaves. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Here is another Immich's progress update, and everyone needs to know it (October 8th, 2022). Quality and security improvement.
    Very nice! I see that when you're scrolling, a highly-pixelated version of the picture is displayed before the actual picture is shown. Wouldn't it be better to use something like https://blurha.sh? I used it on a recent project and it works really work for this kind of use cases. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Improving Next.js app performance with BlurHash
    To make the image placeholder more visually appealing, we can use the BlurHash method to create a blurred version of the image, resulting in a more visually appealing design. - Source: dev.to / almost 2 years ago
  • Why your website should be under 14kb in size
    Maybe it was [blurhash](https://blurha.sh/)? - Source: Hacker News / almost 2 years ago
  • Roast my React Native app
    I came across blurha.sh a while ago that does this very nicely. Basically you generate a pretty short string from an image that can be used to display a blurred version of the image while the image itself is still being downloaded. Generating that string can be done on the device, but I figure it would be much better for you to do it on the backend since your image will be uploaded there anyway. Source: almost 2 years ago

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