Vertol makes it easy.
Stop wasting development time on managing your images.
Vertol helps keep them organized and optimized so you can focus on what matters.
Works on any site, with any tech stack
You can have multiple teams to manage all your projects.
Each team can have unlimited teammembers
as well as unlimited projects.
After uploading you'll have a url you can use in your application.
Add tags and descriptions to your images.
Tags help keep your assets organized.
Don't like an image? Replace it at anytime by reuploading a new one.
Snippets make responsive images a snap.
You'll see the new `srcset` and `sizes` attributes, as well as `<picture>`.
Pretty soon there will be templates for different languages.
<img alt="your description" src="https://vertol.imgix.net/ccb0e1416126ad8b96d3ff8e015514d5" srcset="https://vertol.imgix.net/ccb0e1416126ad8b96d3ff8e015514d5?w=1148&dpr=1 1x, https://vertol.imgix.net/ccb0e1416126ad8b96d3ff8e015514d5?w=1148&dpr=2 2x" />
After installing the extension you can visit your website, login to Vertol and immediately drag and drop a new image right ontop of the old one.
Saving the image will overwrite the image at that url.
There's no need to have a redeploy.
Don't worry, if you make a mistake you can easily revert your changes.
Or if marketing says a graphic needs to change back, you can do so with a click.
There's no reason to reupload or redeploy changes.
You only pay $25 per team.
Every team has unlimited projects and team members.
Every project has unlimited images
More features coming soon
I made Vertol because:
Rolling your own CDN sucks, and so does trying to manage a sea of folders and images on S3.
Having a ton of images in your repo sucks.
Having to do a whole Merge Request, approval and deployment process to change a single image sucks.
Optimizing images by hand sucks. And so does adding an extra build step to process images. Just let the CDN do it for you (they're better at it).