What is +Gallery?
The Short Answer:
A simple lightweight photo gallery driven by your existing online photo gallery.
Just Show me some examples!
- Google Album Demo:
Loads all albums from Google Plus.
- Flickr Album Demo:
Loads photosets from Flickr limiting results using the include data attribute (requires user authetication code).
- Facebook Album Demo:
Loads all from a Facebook page. Work in Progress. (Album images are too low res)
- Instagram Demo:
Loads all images from Instagram Feed. (requires access token for your account. Generate one here)
- Google Single Album Demo:
Loads a single album to the page by specifying an album id.
- Facebook Single Album Demo:
Same thing using a Facebook Album
+Gallery grabs all your albums and images from an online source or feed and display them on your site or within individual blog posts. It allows you to browse albums and galleries, or display just one Gallery at a time. Take a photo with your iphone, post to Facebook, Instagram, Flickr or Google Plus and it is automatically added to your site as well.
+Gallery is also built with Responsive Web Design in mind so almost wherever you put it, it scales automatically and plays nice. It shines and 960px and at 320px and hopefully everywhere in between. Not following me? Please Read here. +Gallery is designed for todays touch devices. Using your iPad, iPhone or Android devices the zoom level allows you to swipe through all the gallery images in addition to using the standard UI elements.
But why do we need another Photo Gallery?
Over the years I have built and implemented all kinds of photo galleries. A reoccurring theme was that photo galleries and albums are a pain in the ass consistently hard to create and labor intensive to maintain.
Now people have an easy way to update and maintain their photos via, Facebook, Instagram, Flickr, Google+, etc and their old photo galleries on their website quickly become outdated. +Gallery takes your albums and photos from your online gallery and streams them directly to your website or individual blog/news posts.