Photon.js requires support for the standard URL and URLSearchParams APIs. Be sure to use a polyfill if you're targetting environments without support for them. This includes old browsers, such as Internet Explorer 11, and old versions of Node.js (5 or older).
How to use
yarn add photon
photon method into your module.
const photon = require( 'photon' );
For ES Modules:
import photon from 'photon';
Then use the imported method to generate Photon URLs:
const url = photon( 'https://wordpress.org/style/images/wporg-logo.svg' ); console.log( url ); // https://i1.wp.com/wordpress.org/style/images/wporg-logo.svg?ssl=1
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