Hello! I'm pretty much new to Python and I want to know a small example of the Images UI thing
img = Image.open(file)
The above will take a picture from a url stored at inputUrl and print it to the console.
To use UI module: create an empty script. Name it imageviewtest for the code snippet below to work. Press the UI editor button top left. Press the plus symbol. Add an image view. It will be named imageview1 by default but you can change this if you want and change the corresponding name in the code.
Warning: there is a bug in Pythonista where if you try to run this twice in a row it will hang the second time. After running it once be sure to exit to your home screen before running it again.
import ui v= ui.load_view("imageviewtest.pyui") imageView1=v["imageview1"] url="http://images.sodahead.com/polls/0/0/2/5/0/5/9/1/5/hotty-71254875414.jpeg" imageView1.load_from_url(url) v.present()
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Sorry about that, posted from my phone. Thanks for the tip.