A simple tool that merges two images and return a url where the final image has been uploaded to.
Using PicMerge is pretty simple.
1. Install PicMerge
npm install picmerge --save, or if you're cool, use yarn.
yarn add picmerge
2. Import picMerge into your nodeJS app
const picMerge = ;
If the name doesn't suit your context, you may do something like...
const kudiReferralImg = ;
3. Use PicMerge
This is the fun part.
If no exceptions are thrown, the
url variable would hold a string representation of the URL for the merged picture.
4. Playing Safe
Because shit happens, you may want to do this:
This would save you from events in which an error occurs while picMerge does it's magic.
Later, you may be able to pass in a default url to the picMerge function. So, in the event that an error occurs, picMerge would return the url for some default Image you have specified.
const mergedPicsURL =
Here are two urls.
const bgImg = '';const profilePic = '';
Below is the Background Image:
And the Profile Picture:
Update your code:
const bgImg = '';const profilePic = '';const picMerge = ;
when the picMerge promise is fufilled,
6. What else?
Well, nothing else for now.