Fresco is a powerful system, developed by Facebook, for displaying images in Android applications. It takes care of image loading and display so you don’t have to. Fresco’s image pipeline will load images from the network, local storage, or local resources. To save data and CPU, it has three levels of cache; two in memory and another in internal storage. Fresco’s Drawees show a placeholder for you until the image has loaded and automatically show to the image when it arrives. When the image goes off-screen, it automatically releases its memory. In this talk we’ll see how Fresco works, how to use it into your application and how to contribute to improve it.