Integration overview integration with your existing storage like Amazon S3, Azure, Google storage or Ngnix server.

You can integrate with your existing infrastructure in a few minutes. Here are the steps:

Step 1: Configure the origin supports the following type of origin:

  1. Any web server origin, for example - Magento, WordPress, etc.

Step 2: Access the image through URL endpoint

When you sign up, a default URL-endpoint is created in your dashboard.

The default URL endpoint is always

Let's assume the original image URL is The same image can be accessed through URL-endpoint now -

We just replaced the old base URL with the new URL-endpoint, i.e.

🧙‍♂️Tip: You can also use a custom domain like But in this documentation, we will stick with the format. Learn more about how to use a custom domain.

If you get a "Not found" error while accessing the image, check out this troubleshooting guide.

Step 3: Try optimization and resizing

Images fetched through are automatically optimized and converted to the appropriate format. You can resize and transform an image by adding URL parameters. For example:

Image with width 300px and height is adjusted automatically to preserve aspect ratio

or supports multiple image transformations. Learn more.

Step 4: Go live on the production website

After the above URLs are working and you have tested the transformations, start using URL endpoint in your application to accelerate image loading.

Get started with our SDKs:


Learn about real-time resizing:

pageImage Transformations

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