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Mirage Photo Album

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Description

A photo gallery that only uses javascript for viewing. No backend scripting language is used; instead, a python script is run on a collection of photos outputting an album in a directory which is dropped into any web server to be served as static content

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Image Galleries

License

BSD License

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User Interface

Web-based

Programming Language

Python, JavaScript

Registered

2008-04-03

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