Autocompress: Image optimization for Bitbucket repositories
🤖 Scan repos on push 📉 Reduce file sizes 🔀 Get Pull Request + performance metrics report 🏖️ Merge & save time on your workflow
Lossless & lossy compression for main file formats
Automatically compress JPG, PNG, SVG, GIF and WEBP as you work on your code. Optimized images mean smaller file sizes without sacrificing quality. Reduce large files size to increase performance and load speed.
Free performance boost
Always free for open source projects. Try it out for 14 days on your private repositories. Compress all your images one one go, for free. Just merge the pull request and you’re done!
Save developer hours and improve code quality
Automate image compression to focus on what really matters: your product and your customers. Web pages with optimized images load faster. Faster pages have higher conversion rates, lower bounce rates, and happier users.
Free trial + always free for public repositories: Check pricing
Autocompress will give you time and peace of mind by sending you Pull Requests with all of your images optimized.
🤖 Absolutely 0 maintenance:
Just use Git as usual, Autocompress will work on the background. It will create a PR for you with any images you add or modify.
⏳ Save developer hours
Enable your team to focus on shipping your next big update, Autocompress can take care of the housekeeping.
🛡️ Avoid mistakes
"The new guy uploaded a 2GB PNG file and >4k visitors clicked away before the page loaded. Oops."
⏩ Speed up the build process
No more numbly waiting that build script to finish. By the time you build the code, Autocompress has already optimized the images!
🏖️ Set and forget.
0 coding. 0 maintaining. Literally just 6 clicks to set it up. Set it once and forget for years.
💎 Improve performance
Lighter images allow for faster load times and improved performance. Which means more and happier users.
Privacy and security
Autocompress: Image optimization for Bitbucket repositories integrates with your Atlassian product. This remote service can:
- Ability to see all the user's account information
- Ability to see the user's primary email address
- Read access to pull requests and collaborate on them
- Access to pull requests, and ability to create, merge and decline them