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ImageFlow 1.2.1

ImageFlow is a picture gallery, which allows an intuitive image handling


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Total downloads: 329
  • Last Updated: Jan 26, 2010
  • License: Commercial EUR20.00
  • OS: Windows /Linux/Mac OS/BSD/Solaris
  • Requirements: No special requirements

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For ImageFlow 1.2.1Publisher's description


ImageFlow is a Scripts software developed by Finn Rudolph. After our trial and test, the software is proved to be official, secure and free. Here is the official description for ImageFlow:

BrothersoftEditor: ImageFlow is a picture gallery, which allows an intuitive image handling. The basic idea is to digitally animate the thumbing through a physical image stack. That intuitive handling is automatically caused by the metaphorical use of the well known process of thumbing through.

This solution is known as the Cover Flow technique, which has been developed by the artist Andrew Coulter Enright. Now - after it has been bought by Apple - it is used in iTunes and the File Browser of Apples OSX.

The innovation of this project lies in the JavaScript implementation, which is platform independent. ImageFlow works with every browser, that can handle images and supports JavaScript: And that is something almost 100% of all conventional graphical browsers can do.

Supports multiple instances (Object-oriented)
Easy implementation (Unobtrusive JavaScript)
Compatible with all graphical browsers
Supports all image formats
Supports big amounts of images (>100)
Dynamic reflections (server sided via PHP)
100% JavaScript (but the reflections)
Mouse wheel support
Loading Bar
Supports image links
Scales 100% dynamically
Implementation by div Tags
Supports the iPhone and iPod Touch
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