Welcome to Instagram Browser!
Finally, we have a JQuery plug-in that provides the full searching ability as you would experience on your IPhone or Android. You can use the Instagram API to create compelling campaigns using the ever-growing volume of photos shared on Instagram every second.
This plug-in allows you to pull photos from Instagram and display them on your own website or app. Photos can be searched by user or tag. We built a demo site for the plug-in so you can see it in action. Simply click the “Live Preview” button above.
This is a plug-in designed to allow you to easily pull photos from your Instagram account and render them on your website. Simply pass in your username and the rest is take care of for you!
In addition we’ve provided a nice template design for you to use. However, you can change this appearance to whatever you’d like with some simple CSS.
Also there are several options and features to help you customize your interface to fit your vision.
- Search Instagram By User
This feature allows users to search the Instagram API with just a username. A list of users will be displayed and upon clicking on a username, all of the users images will be displayed.
- Search Instagram By Tags
This feature allows you to search by hashtag. Simply enter a tag and see all photos related to this tag.
- Load More FunctionalityBy default, the instaram API only lets you pull in 20 items(photos,users) at a time. However, to provide the best experience this plugin has a load more button!
- Hardcode Username
This plugin allows you set the default images to show. You can either have it show a particular user’s photos or just show the default popular photo feed.
- Information Tooltips
The icing on the cake! This plug-in comes with a well-designed interface. We’ve provided you with a hover tooltip that displays when you mouse over a photo. Here, we are displaying the username, date and timestamp, comments, and number of likes.
There are a bunch of cool settings to help you customize your plug-in experience. This plug-in comes with good documentation to show you the way!
= V1.0 - 08.30.2012 = * Initial Release = V1.1 - 09.15.2012 = * Minor Bug fixes = V1.2 - 10.08.2013 = * Added functionality to allow search using the enter key