This object is handle to an image stored in Figma.
A common misconception is that Figma has image layers. What we have instead is image fills
ImagePaint. In fact, dragging an image into Figma creates a rectangle with an image fill. This allows assigning images as strokes too, but it means that creating an image on the canvas requires creating a rectangle (or other shape), following by adding an image fill to it.
Figma supports PNG, JPEG, and GIF.
See this example of working with images.
A unique hash of the contents of the image file.
The contents of the corresponding image file. This returns a promise because the image may still need to be downloaded (images in Figma are loaded separately from the rest of the document).