Pygmyfoto Goes Beta

In my spare time, I work on a a simple photo roll publishing application called Pygmyfoto. Since the project’s launch, I’ve been working steadily on adding features and improving Pygmyfoto.


Besides a handful of interface tweaks, the current version of the application features several major improvements.

  • A dedicated navigation menu makes it easier to move around Pygmyfoto.
  • The application now uses the jQuery lightBox plugin to display photos. This offers a much better way to showcase your photographic masterpieces.
  • A new search feature can be used to display photos that match a specific tag.
  • Each photo now has a permalink which points to a separate photo page.
  • The processing script has better error handling, among other tweaks and improvements.

All key functionality has been implemented, so Pygmyfoto now enters the testing stage. A demo of the latest version of Pygmyfoto is available for your viewing pleasure, and you can grab the latest source code distribution from the project’s GitHub repository.

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