Nic Raboy
Jun 16, 2019 ⋅ 4 min read

Cropping images in the browser with Vue.js

Nic Raboy Advocate of modern web and mobile development technologies. I write tutorials and speak at events to make app development easier to understand.

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6 Replies to "Cropping images in the browser with Vue.js"

  1. A very well made (really good explained, and easy to follow) tutorial.
    It really helped me alot.

    Thank you very much, Sir!

  2. This tutorial did not work for me. After a long exploration, I found that I had to include the below line in ImageCropper.vue to load the css. Adding it in index.html did not work for me.

    import ‘cropperjs/dist/cropper.css’;

    Hope this is useful for someone.

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