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IIIF and museum-digital

Many have seen it and the feedback has been consistently positive thus far: For many objects, museum-digital can now offer a revamped image viewer with improved features, such as a much better zoom function. This is made possible by the image viewer Mirador and our IIIF API. The fact that museum-digital offers an IIIF API

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OpenSearch: Search museum-digital directly from the browser’s search bar

OpenSearch is an open web standard for describing search functions of web services. If a website supports it, the browser will take note and offer the user to install the website as a search machine. One especially nice aspect of it is, that OpenSearch can be implemented in just a few lines of code. It

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„Erwachendes Mädchen“ von Eva Gonzalès, Kunsthalle Bremen – Der Kunstverein in Bremen (CC BY-NC-SA)

Türkçe

The frontend of museum-digital is now available in Turkish. As a very nice side effect, this also unlocks the Turkish translations for keywords, and place and actor names we have been gathering for the last half a year. Image credits: Eva Gonzalès: „Girl Awakening“, Kunsthalle Bremen – Der Kunstverein in Bremen (CC BY-NC-SA)

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