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Facebook Gallery for Django

Project description

This is a simple gallery app for django that fetches your Galleries from facebook, and shows them in your site. This way you don’t have to bother with storage and thumbnail generation, Facebook does it for you. End it’s extremely easy to administer, as you should manage your galleries (almost) only at facebook.

Requirements

  • Django (checked with 1.4+)
  • facepy

Installation

Add facebook_gallery to your INSTALLED_APPS, and set two settings variables:

settings.FACEBOOK_APP_ID = ‘’ settings.FACEBOOK_APP_SECRET = ‘’

Usage

Run the management command fetch_albums <object_id> to fetch the albums owned by the Facebook object <object_id>. This would fetch the basic gallery data from facebook. Afterwards, you can publish and fetch the images for a given gallery from the django admin interface.

Customization

The galleries are shown using two templates:

  • gallery_list.html
  • gallery_detail.html

Extras

The included cmsplugin_facebook_gallery adds easy integration to django-cms as an app. Simply install it by adding cmsplugin_facebook_gallery to INSTALLED_APPS. You will find a new “Gallery” option under your Application list in your pages’ edit view.

Running the Tests

You can run the tests with via:

python setup.py test

or:

python runtests.py

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