Published on Maven Central and jCenter Java Library that compares 2 images with the same sizes and shows the differences visually by drawing rectangles. Some parts of the image can be excluded from the comparison. Can be used for automation qa tests.
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Published on Maven Central and jCenter Java Library that compares 2 images with the same sizes and shows the differences visually by drawing rectangles. Some parts of the image can be excluded from the comparison. Can be used for automation qa tests.

romankh3/image-comparison Published on Maven Central and jCenter Java Library that compares 2 images with the same sizes and shows the differences visually by drawing rectangles. Some parts of the image can be...

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A node.js visual regression test library, compare images by using headless Chrome and resemble.js

katat/ChromeDiff A node.js visual regression test library, compare images by using headless Chrome and resemble.js Users starred: 9Users forked: 0Users watching: 9Updated at: 2020-02-13 23:28:01 ChromeDiff A node.js visual regression test library, compare images by using headless Chrome and resemble.js Install npm install chromediff Usages Please see tests Example let chromeDiff = new ChromeDiff() let result = await...

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Interactive Horizontal/Vertical Image Comparison Slider – Pixelcompare

Pixelcompare is a vanilla JavaScript image comparison library that creates an interactive, horizontal or vertical handler bar to compare 2 images for differences. Supports touch, drag, and mouse hover events. How to use it: 1. Just load the Pixelcompare’s files in the document and we’re ready to go. <link href="css/pixelcompare.css" rel="stylesheet"> <script...

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Mobile-friendly Image Comparison In Pure JS – before-after-slider

before-after-slider is a vanilla JavaScript library that generates a responsive, touch-enabled before/after slider to help your user compare 2 images for differences. How to use it: Install the package and import the before-after-slider module. # NPM $ npm install before-after-slider --save import SliderBar from 'before-after-slider'; Or load the slider.bundle.js from a CDN. <script...