Synchronize your public iCloud photostreams to your WordPress installation. Import images, create gellery posts, and more.
Warning: This section is pretty hardcore
iCloud publishes a JSON endpoint for its Photo Streams. This endpoint has a list of photos (but not urls for the photos) and data about them (like what group they belong to, who posted them, etc.) That endpoint gives you enough information to make an HTTP POST request to another URL at which you can find enough information to build the image fetch URLS. The data is only good for a limited amount of time (the urls that you build with this expire) and so it is necessary that you build this fresh when you're going to use it. This is also why you can't just import a list of photo urls and call it a day. Finally you can make a final HTTP request per image to get the data.
Essentially this plugin just does what your web browser would do if you visited the public photostream link.
I have not looked further into how likes, and additional comments on photos are stored. The data must be in there.
For theme developers there's not much to know. You can specify any cats, or tags, you desire for a photostream. You can also specify custom post types. So you have a lot of flexibility. Finally, if the PHP Exif extension is installed and active ( http://www.php.net/exif ), then the plugin stores all EXIF metadata that if finds as postmeta data for the image attachment itself. For example:
Requires: 3.5 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.5.2
Last Updated: 2013-11-27
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