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PicView is a fast Picture Viewer with compact UI, that can be hidden. Features image effects, galleries, light & dark theme, image info and more. The app can automatically adjusts itself to your screen. View all files in current folder as a fullscreen thumbnail gallery, where you can quickly scroll to desired image.
A simple and customizable full-screen image viewer with shared image transition support, "pinch to zoom" and "swipe to dismiss" gestures. Compatible with all of the most popular image processing libraries such as Picasso, Glide etc. Based on PhotoView by chrisbanes. Need iOS and Android apps, MVP development or prototyping? Contact us via email@example.com. We develop software since 2009, and we're known experts in this field. Check out our portfolio and see more libraries from stfalcon-studio.
AXPhotoViewer is an iOS/tvOS photo viewer that is useful for viewing a very large (or very small!) amount of images and GIFs. This library supports contextual presentation and dismissal, interactive "flick-to-dismiss" behavior, and easily integrates with many third party async image downloading/caching libraries. This library fully supports interop between Objective-C and Swift codebases. If you run into any issues with this, please open a Github issue or submit a pull request with the suggested changes.
Mirador is a configurable, extensible, and easy-to-integrate image viewer, which enables image annotation and comparison of images from repositories dispersed around the world. Mirador has been optimized to display resources from repositories that support the International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) API's. Mirador provides several workspaces for comparing image-based resources, suitable for use in both cultural heritage and research settings.
To run the example project, clone the repo, and run pod install from the Example directory first. Carthage does not include InputSources for external providers (due to dependency on those providers) so you need to grab the one you need from ImageSlideshow/Classes/InputSources manually.
Coppermine is a multi-purpose fully-featured and integrated web picture gallery. Users could upload pictures and arrange them in categories and albums. It supports slideshow viewer, e-card feature, Template system, Image rotation, Password protected albums, Search support and lot more.
A lightweight CSS3 image & video viewer that is pretty to look and and easy to use. It is always recommended not to touch the source code directly, because then you will have a version which is out-of-sync with any future version, and you might face some difficult merges with your own changes. So, if you want to change some stuff, I would recommend creating another file, typically called jquery.photobox.mod.js. This good practice also applies for the CSS file.
The Universal Viewer is a community-developed open source project on a mission to help you share your content with the world. It has support of OpenSeadragon image zooming using the IIIF image API. It is highly configurable with an array of customisable settings. It has YouTube-style embedding with deep links to specific pages/zoom regions. It supports 3D, audio, video, and pdf viewing experiences.
FSImageViewer is a photo viewer (gallery) for iOS. It's initially based on EGOPhotoViewer, but completely refactored to use ARC, AFNetworking 2.5+ for remote image downloads and EGOCache 2.1 for image caching.
Gwenview is an image viewer for KDE. Gwenview can load and save all image formats supported by KDE. It can accurately control the way images are scaled. It supports image manipulations like rotation, mirroring, cropping, resizing and red eye reduction. When browsing JPEG images with EXIF information, Gwenview automatically rotates them according to the EXIF Orientation tag.
napari is a fast, interactive, multi-dimensional image viewer for Python. It’s designed for browsing, annotating, and analyzing large multi-dimensional images. It’s built on top of Qt (for the GUI), vispy (for performant GPU-based rendering), and the scientific Python stack (numpy, scipy).
Note that if you've already used Fresco in your project, please change Fresco.initialize into BigImageViewer.initialize. You can disable display optimization using optimizeDisplay attribute, or BigImageView.setOptimizeDisplay(false). Which will disable animation for long image, and the switch between thumbnail and origin image.
JIBS: Java Image Browser Sorter. An image viewer with a full-screen slide show, image sorting, and producing contact sheet/thumbnails. The image viewer is perfect for sorting digital photos into correct directories. Displays EXIF information captured in the photos. Also great for managing downloaded images. Lots of other utilities included.