Titanium Image Gallery for iPhone and iPad
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Titanium Image Gallery

Example implementation of an Image Gallery for Titanium Mobile. It runs on iOS and Android platforms.

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Use as a Titanium module

Install the module

  1. Run Module/ios/imagegallery/build.py or ant Module/android/imagegallery which creates your distribution or click Downloads and select your download
  2. cd to /Library/Application Support/Titanium
  3. copy this zip file into the folder of your Titanium SDK

Register the module

Register your module with your application by editing tiapp.xml and adding your module. Example:

	<module version="{VERSION_NUMBER}" platform="iphone">com.codeboxed.imagegallery</module>
	<module version="{VERSION_NUMBER}" platform="android">com.codeboxed.imagegallery</module>

When you run your project, the compiler will know automatically compile in your module dependencies and copy appropriate image assets into the application.

Use the module

// Import ImageGallery module
var ImageGallery = require('com.codeboxed.imagegallery');

var win = Ti.UI.currentWindow;

// Array with image objects
var imagesArray = [
	{path:'1.jpg', caption:'Kitten 1'},
	{path:'2.jpg', caption:'Kitten 2'}

// Initialize the Image Gallery
var imageGallery = ImageGallery.create({
	images: imagesArray,
	columns: 4, // Set the numbers of columns (optional). Default is 4
	thumbSize: 75, // Set the thumb image size (optional). Default is 75
	thumbPadding: 5 // Set the thumb image padding (optional). Default is 5 

// Add it to the current window


  • For an example on how to integrate the modules, check the Titanium mobile project included in the repo.
  • If you have any suggestions or bug reports, open a GitHub Issue.
  • If you have in mind any fixes/improvements, please feel free to contribute to the project.
  • Android is not supported any longer. It works with 1.6.x and hopefully will be supported again in the future.