Following You will find several variations and examples of how to integrate AJAX-ZOOM into Your application. Most examples are included in the ZIP package, which you can download and test for free.
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In this selection you will find some simple examples suited as tutorial. The very first example is really recommended as it gives a nice overview about different methods of defining images to load into the player. These methods can be then applied to all other examples as well.
AJAX-ZOOM has three integrated gallery types. They can be activated and configured by setting corresponding options in the config file. In addition AJAX-ZOOM can be fully controlled with the API "from outside". This allows integrating AJAX-ZOOM with any other image display plugins or your own code. A very interesting feature is also the ability to parse entire folders and instantly display the images as a gallery. Of course only certain images can be defined for display as well.
AJAX-ZOOM offers to developers a variety of methods to create a customized application. With the provided API, callbacks and global vars you will be able to develop your own implementation for a very broad field of use. In any case we will be glad to indicate you the direction for the start. Alternatively we can create your individual application as a custom work.
Your E-Commerce System not present hier? Please read: practically any other of the examples shown here or combination of them can be easily integrated into most ecommerce systems. The main task is to find out the path of the source / high resolution images e.g. from the template vars and pass them to AJAX-ZOOM, which will do the remaining part of the job instantly.
For 360 degree product presentations it would be wise to transfer them over FTP. The ID of the article can serve as the reference to the folder with 360 images. So from the template one can check with PHP or any other server side language if an folder exists, e.g. /axZm/pic/zoom3d/[ID_of_article] and if yes display a button which will open AJAX-ZOOM in a lightbox or embed the player directly into the page. All you need here is to pass the path to that folder over 3dDir=/axZm/pic/zoom3d/[ID_of_article] parameter. That's it.
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