Dev argues: kill ‘Save for Web’

Developer Adam Bradley has argued that ‘Save for Web’ needs to become a thing of the past. Speaking to .net, he said that, although images should always be optimised for online use, the specific option of ‘Save for Web’ should be replaced by one that automates the process of resizing, cropping and optimisation, depending on output requirements.

Suitably, Bradley’s been working on content-delivery service CDN Connect, which dynamically generates images from high-quality source files and makes it simpler to manage production assets.

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