The agimagechecker library is a powerful tool for image analysis and manipulation. It provides various features and functionalities to process and examine images effortlessly. This documentation will guide you through the installation process and showcase the usage of the library’s key features.

Getting Started

Follow the steps below to get started with agimagechecker:

  1. Installation:
    • Open your terminal or command prompt.
    • Navigate to your project directory.
    • Run the following command to install agimagechecker using CocoaPods:

    pod 'agimagechecker'

  2. Import:
    • In your project’s source code, import the agimagechecker module:

    import agimagechecker

  3. You’re ready to explore and utilize agimagechecker in your project!


The agimagechecker library offers a wide range of features to efficiently analyze and manipulate images. Some of the key features include:

Image Analysis

agimagechecker provides comprehensive image analysis capabilities, allowing you to extract various properties and information from images, such as:

  • Image dimensions
  • Color channels
  • Histograms
  • Image histograms
  • Image entropy
  • Image statistics

Image Manipulation

You can perform various image manipulation operations using agimagechecker, including:

  • Resizing images
  • Cropping images
  • Adding text or watermarks
  • Adjusting brightness, contrast, and saturation
  • Applying filters and effects
  • Rotating and flipping images

Image Comparison

With the agimagechecker library, you can compare images for similarity or identify differences. The library supports:

  • Pixel-to-pixel comparison
  • Perceptual hashing algorithms
  • Structural similarity index


Explore the following examples to understand the practical usage of agimagechecker:

Example 1: Image Analysis

Let’s analyze an image and extract its properties using agimagechecker:

import agimagechecker

// Load and analyze an image
let image = UIImage(named: "example_image.jpg")
let analyzer = ImageAnalyzer(image: image)

// Extract image properties
let dimensions = analyzer.getDimensions()
let colorChannels = analyzer.getColorChannels()
let histogram = analyzer.getHistogram()
let entropy = analyzer.getEntropy()
let statistics = analyzer.getStatistics()

// Print the extracted properties
print("Dimensions: \(dimensions)")
print("Color Channels: \(colorChannels)")
print("Histogram: \(histogram)")
print("Entropy: \(entropy)")
print("Statistics: \(statistics)")

Example 2: Image Manipulation

Let’s resize an image and apply a filter using agimagechecker:

import agimagechecker

// Load and manipulate an image
let image = UIImage(named: "example_image.jpg")
let manipulator = ImageManipulator(image: image)

// Resize the image
let resizedImage = manipulator.resizeImage(to: CGSize(width: 800, height: 600))

// Apply a filter
let filteredImage = manipulator.applyFilter(type: .sepia)

// Display the manipulated images
imageView.image = resizedImage
filteredImageView.image = filteredImage


The agimagechecker library offers a comprehensive set of tools and functionalities to analyze and manipulate images effortlessly. By following the installation process and exploring the provided examples, you’ll be able to leverage the full potential of agimagechecker in your projects.