Anahita Photos 2.2 Provides New Usability Enhancements

The Anahita photos app is one of my most favorites and it is already using a lot of the usability and API enhancements of the Anahita 2.2 release. Here are some examples:

Masonry Layout

Anahita Photos Masonry Layout

We have replaced the grid thumbnail layout with masonry layout. You can see an example of it on my photo feed. Having the right permissions, the viewer can like or delete photos from this list. This masonry layout is not using JQuery. It is in fact using the native Anahita/Mootools javascript library and default twitter bootstrap rows and spans and the final result is much leaner and lighter than the mainstream JQuery alternatives.

Create Sets

Anahita Photos - create a new set from the sets view

Until now you could only create a new set after uploading a batch of photos or when you were assigning an individual photo to other sets. In the Photos 2.2 app you can create a new set right from the Sets view, drag’n drop thumbnails from your photo stream to your newly created set, reorder them, and publish the set.

Organize Photos in a Set

Anahita Photos - organize photos in a set

We have improved the way you can organize your photos in a set so you can now just drag’n drop thumbnails from your photo stream to your set, remove photos from your set, and reorder them too.

Photo to Set Assignment

Anahita Photos - add a photo to one or many sets

It is now a lot simpler to add an individual photo to one or many existing sets or you can create a new set from the same view.

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