picture.io's mobile components help you capture and display media with minimal effort. Dropped one into your new or existing project and customize away.
A connected photo picker with access to local and social photos
Allow users to select as many photos as they want
Displays a grid of image thumbnails from any gallery
Display a listing of all your galleries in your app
Add a swipeable, connected photo gallery to your app
Adds a gallery view which supports hearting, commenting & more
Enable any photo in your app to accept user comments`
Allows anyone to share any photo from your gallery
We've prepared a number of quick tutorials to help you jumpstart your projects while learning how to use both the SDK and components
The picture.io platform helps you build dynamic photo apps with ease. We've put together a wide array of APIs, components and tutorials to help you get started as quickly as possible.
picture.io make uses the metaphor of a chute to help you organize, process, and display your photos. Here is a summary of the various concepts inside the app.
To get started, all you need to do is create your account and start generating apps!
Chute uses the OAuth 2.0 protocol for authenentication.
With the exception of public resources, Chute requires that all API requests be authenticated. You will need to obtain a valid access token to complete any authenticated request.
Chute uses two primary concepts for user management and authentication:
Chute provides a single-sign on for your application. We support the following services via these endpoints:
Chute wraps each of these services in a standard OAuth 2.0 workflow, regardless of the underlying authentication scheme.
You can obtain an access token in one of two ways:
Chute generates an access token automatically for you whenever a new application is created. This app token has full permissions and allows you to perform any action required on behalf of the application.
Chute specializes in storing, processing and managing photos. Any photo can be represented using a number of different photo formats, from thumbnails to full-sized originals.
For most applications, there will be a pre-defined set of sizes that you will always want to generate. For example, if you are building an iphone app you might want to always generate a thumbnail for your list view and a full-screen image. In these circumstances, you can setup your application to automatically generate those sizes.
Chute makes it super simple to get the right-sized image when you need it. Here are a variety of photo formats you can request.
Assuming we have a base path for a photo as: