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Responsive Images for Media Entities in Drupal 8

Images on websites can be a huge pain when you are optimizing a site. We want our images to render as crisp as possible but we also want our sites to load as fast as possible. Content creators will often ask “what size image should I upload” and with the thought of some tiny image being rendered at full-screen width pixelated out of control we’ll answer “as large as you’ve got”. The content creator will then upload a 2mb jpeg and the load time/network request size will increase dramatically.

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