Photos Flickr 0.5
I have had my sleeves rolled up . . . and I am having a blast! It is with some joy that I announce the release of the latest development version of my WordPress Flickr plugin, Photos Flickr 0.5:
Photos Flickr is an early version of a plugin that I am developing for WordPress blog software to display a user’s Flickr album within their blog. The result? Someone with a WordPress blog can now have a basic interface to let readers view their Flickr images, using their own web site and design.
Photos Flickr makes use of Dan Coulter‘s PHPFlickr library, which in turn accesses the Flickr API.
- Bundled PHPFlickr into the distribution
- Fixed some bugs caused by upgrading PHPFlickr
- Wrote more user-friendly setup instructions
- Built “sample template” for photos for WordPress Default theme
- Moved configuration settings, like API key, into WP Admin Panel
- Bundled API key into distribution
- Additional code cleanup and added private functions
photos_init_phpFlickr()to keep things sane
- Flickr User ID can now be specified in the WordPress Admin panel–no more config file!
- Flickr User ID can be input as screen name, NSID, or e-mail address, and will default to the
I also managed, despite myself, to release this (arguably) on-time! Yay me!
I would rate this release as cool-but-underwhelming or, “shows promise” . . .
Interested parties can check ongoing development plans / milestone on my projects page.