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Image Explorer

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implor - Image Explorer

Suppose you have images under ./images, you can start the image server via:

run_implor -p 8080 -d ./images

Then you can explorer the image folder via:

http://0.0.0.0:8080

There are some GET opts

w: image width
h: image height
n: images per page
s: show the s-th ~ (s+n-1)-th images 

Example:

http://0.0.0.0:8080?s=4&n=4&w=1024

This will show the 4th~7th images with width=1024;

Alternatively, you can put images under sub-directory, suppose you have directory structure like this:

images/
├── imgs001
│   ├── 0000.jpg
│   └── 0001.jpg
└── imgs002

after starting the image server via run_implor -p 8080 -d ./images, you can access images from images/imgs001 by

http://0.0.0.0:8080/imgs001?s=4&n=4&w=1024

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