Browsers & Color Management II – the Code

This post follows on the Browsers & Color Management I – Sending Color Patches in through the Web Browser with more details on the code used to drive images through the browser window. As one might have expected, three components were needed: html, css, and some sort of JavaScript. For the latter, I picked jQuery library (jquery-1.7.min.js) which is well suited for this task.

About the code:

jQuery code used in this project is essentially a slideshow script that works on the client side. That explains why we do not need any active connection to the Internet. It will run in our browser providing that JavaScript is enabled. Since it turns images into a slideshow, it can be used for many other purposes, e.g., to display photos on our personal web site. jQuery is free, open source software, dual-licensed under the MIT License or the GNU General Public License, Version 2 and it is included in the “js” folder inside the zip file.

If you have not done so before, download it here:

Patches1.0.1.zip v 1.01 Patches1.0.1.zip | Complete set of files. Fixed a minor error in the index increment and displaying full set of images. – [downloaded 1110 times]

The code below is just a sample of the whole script with associated files, shown only to outline the structure and logic of the script.

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mpatek December 23, 2011 Filed in: → Code, Color management, Software 3 Responses