Yeah, so where did it go? I had photoswipe in my app, it worked one day and then the next, it says the links could not be resolved.
What exactly doesn't work?
Do you test it as native or in browser?
Let me check tutorial question, we'll update asap.
I had the same problem:
What I did was to add this new links as external resources:
//cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/photoswipe/3.0.5/klass.min.js and adding the icons from media manager on the CSS file..
Hope this helps you...BTW I ended up using the carousel for images instead of photoswipe...
You showld copy the icon in your assets and modify your photoswipe css too
Right, sorry I had done that as well.
After some research we have found that this plugin was updated over a year ago now. This plugin is not supported and doesn't work with the latest jQuery version.
You would need to search for another plugin which provides similar functionality.
@Alex Garcia, can you share exactly how you used the carousel for images? What steps where taken?
Add a carousel element inside a grid. (This is to scale the image gallery to different screen sizes.)
Set the number of frames you wish, In my case I set 6 frames.
You have to decide if you set the height of the carousel in the properties, or add some JS on page show to scale some % of the screen.
Add an Image component on each frame (and set dimension auto and 100%)
If you want the image centered, add aling-center in "more properties" of the carousel item.
Pass the images from rest service to the image element. In my case I ́m passing the images encoded on base 64.
I guess this is all that I did.
this is the end result:
Hope this helps!
Photoswipe tutorial is out and about!