Use it to instantly share photo albums with friends and family across the internet, or to more effectively manage digital photos on your home network.
All Pixory access is through a standard web browser, but Pixory requires no web server setup — just unzip and run!
Here are some key features of “Pixory”:
· Pixory requires no installation; just unzip and run
· Uses a pure standards-compliant html interface. Uses no proprietary extensions or plugins.
�· Has a powerful and flexible sharing model, which can work in both a fine-grained and course-grained fashion.
�· Web page generation is “on-demand”. Html pages are never stored, you do not have to regenerate web pages after making changes to albums. It’s a true web “application”– any changes are always immediately reflected to all viewers.
�· Supports text input and display in all languages (full Unicode support).
�· Full localization (l10n) support. Localized for English and German.
�· Supports browsing with fast automatic image scaling (resizing).
�· Automatically assigns dates to all photos in an album, from either the file date or the embedded EXIF metadata from the camera/scanner. Allows manual overrides for automatic date settings
�· Automatically orders album pages based on date. Allows for manual override of automatic page orderings.
�· Can send graphical email invitations to albums.
�· Can rotate images.
�· Can generate thumbnails as a continuous background process.
�· Has an embedded FTP server for secure drag-n-drop file operations (uploads, downloads, renames, etc.) between the web client and a remote Pixory instance. This server is not simply grafted onto the web application as a separate entity, but is intimately connected with, and controlled by, the web interface.
�· Integrated “Contact”/email address management.
�· Comes packaged as either a completely self-contained java web application, or as a Servlet 2.3 compliant Web Application that is ready for hot deploy into a java application server like JBoss or Tomcat.
�· File upload and file download, for individual images or in bulk archives.
�· Will run on any operating system that supports a 1.4 or 1.5 java runtime environment (JRE).
�· Is completely self-contained. Requires no third party packages, aside from the JRE.
�· Stores all user-entered album data in standard XML, accessible to the user independent of Pixory.
�· Can display image metadata such as the EXIF information embedded in image files by most digital cameras and scanners.
�· Is secure. The combination of a web interface and java offer a very secure facade to present to the internet. There are no general serices or hooks into the operating system added by Pixory. The only functionality that is enabled is what you see directly in the web interface.
�· Pentium class computer (500+ MHz recommended) or PowerPC G3+
�· Broadband always-on internet connection (dsl or cable)
�· Dynamic domain name or static ip-address
�· Java 1.4+ or 1.5+ JRE installed on your system
�· 64MB RAM
�· Free disk space equal to 5-10% the size of the images you put in pixory albums (for automatic thumbnail generation )
�· Pixory Crack Mac is a software package for web-based photo management and sharing.
�· Pixory Crack For Windows is an open source, new media application for the web. There are no locks, restrictions, or special terms or conditions associated with Pixory Free Download. This means that there is no price to be paid. One of the benefits of open source software is that there are no restrictions on the user community. You can do whatever you want with Pixory. The program files and code are completely free to use in any context.
�· Pixory is available under the GNU public license, and the entire source code is open and available for download in the sourceforge.net community forums.
�· The pixory.org web server is completely free and open to users of Pixory, you don’t have to pay anything for access to the web server.
�· Pixory is suitable for beginners and advanced users alike. It is available as a completely open source solution.
�· Pixory includes a full featured user-controllable FTP server. You can upload, delete, move, and rename files in Pixory albums, or those of your friends.
�· Pixory is compatible with any browser and any operating system that supports a JRE. Many different types of computer systems can use Pixory.
�· Pixory is not limited to photo management. It can be used as a powerful tool for sharing news, projects, and events. Anything that is capable of being generated in html can be represented in Pixory.
�· Pixory is flexible. You can share photos as fine grained albums or as broad collections. You can order them by date, or in other arbitrary ways. The same is true of folders. All user interface information is customizable, allowing you to tailor Pixory to your needs.
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�· Pixory has a built-in photo editor. This allows you to edit images right in the web browser.
�· Pixory will automatically give any new images in albums a randomly generated time stamp that is always shown.
�· Pixory operates at three different levels of granularity. Pixory can display a fine-grained, granular, or course-grained view of albums. The selected level of viewing can be changed at
�· Pixory Crack Mac is an online image management and sharing application that is designed to be an ideal digital photo sharing solution for friends and family.
�· Pixory is designed to be used with standard web browsers (IE, Safari, Firefox).
�· The application can be used for both uploading and displaying digital images.
�· Pixory is a pure web application, in that it does not require a web server.
�· Pixory does not store any images or copies of images stored on your system, making it free of any privacy concerns.
�· Pixory uses the concept of an “album” to store multiple digital images.
�· Pixory is fully customizable.
�· Pixory is a flexible tool. It is designed to be used as a fine-grained or course-grained sharing mechanism.
�· Pixory uses XML to store data on your computer and to transfer it from your computer to your web browser.
�· Pixory enables you to manage your photos in a variety of ways.
�· Album names can be up to 255 characters long.
�· Albums can be embedded anywhere in your web page and, therefore, they can be reordered and manipulated very easily.
�· Albums can be hidden.
�· Albums can be created, edited, moved, and hidden on the fly.
�· Album editing can be done using internal edit tools or directly in your web browser using the standard form html/ajax interface.
�· While in the web browser, any image can be “pinned” to the top of the browser viewport and remain in that position on the web page, provided that Pixory is told to keep the image pinned. Pixory will automatically reorder the photos on the page to ensure that pinned images stay at the top.
�· Pinning any image within Pixory will also trigger automatic sharing.
�· Pixory will allow uploading an unlimited number of images.
�· Two-factor authentication (otp) can be used to make sure that no unauthorized person has access to your account.
�· Pixory takes into account the ability to zoom in on images that are larger than the page.
�· Pixory uses XHTML 1.0 strict as its default markup. Any image you upload will be automatically converted to a png binary format.
�· Pixory includes automated JPEG thumbnail generation.
�· If you wish to use JPEGs as your default
Pixory sessions are kept alive by cookies, so you don’t have to set up a web server to run Pixory. The Pixory clients communicate with the Pixory server directly over the internet.
Pixory stores albums, keywords, and other album-related data in XML format. Albums are displayed in a random-access list in the Pixory web page, or as a tree-based navigation model.
Each album page contains the structure of the raw XML data that is stored for the albums.
Each album page has a list of album items (images and album metadata), organized in sets that contain related album items (e.g. all images in a given folder, all images with the given date).
There is a single Pixory server which stores the album data, a list of keywords, and the images and metadata. Pixory offers an API to clients to access this data through a web browser.
Pixory is a pure java application. It is comprised of a Web Application (running in a J2EE container like Tomcat) that serves the web page requests from a Web Browser.
Running Pixory The server runs from a directory named after the Pixory installation package, e.g. c:\Pixory. The Pixory jar file contains all the files needed to run Pixory, and must be installed with all other files needed for Pixory to run in a J2EE container.
(The individual jars are distributed with the pixory-app-client and pixory-cli-server jars.)
If the Pixory Web Application jar is present on the PATH, then no command line parameters are required to start the Pixory server, and Pixory can be run from the command line in the same manner as any standard java web application.
On many operating systems, Pixory starts automatically when the JVM is started. The command line parameter “start server” will start the Pixory server in the background; you can then access the Pixory web interface in your web browser
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