Projects / XJIG


XJIG is an image gallery based on HTML, JavaScript, AJAX, and XML. It does not use any server-side programming language. The images in the gallery are administrated by manipulating one XML index file (several files are possible). The image gallery can be burned to a CD or DVD or placed on a Web server. It has been tested with Firefox 2.0, Internet Explorer 5.0/5.5/6/7, Apple Safari (on Windows), and Konqueror (from KDE 3.5 or later).


Recent releases

  •  11 May 2008 14:13

    Release Notes: Detail improvements were done. An update was made for Firefox 3.

    •  31 Mar 2008 21:05

      Release Notes: This release can group images instead of having one XML entry per file. See the sample XML file. There are optimizations for IE7 (in the Lightbox plugin).

      •  13 Mar 2008 16:47

        Release Notes: Optimization was done for current browsers.


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