Using on a Web Form

Use SharinPix in your own webform

The present demo intends to demonstrate the flexibility of the SharinPix Album and how it can be easily added to any Visualforce Page and fulfill your relevant use case.


For a sample case scenario, please refer to the Apex Class and Visualforce Page used  by following this link:

Structure of the Webform

The webform will be present inside a Visualforce Page and it will make use of an iframe element to display the SharinPix Album. An Apex Controller will also be used to generate a SharinPix URL which in turn will be fed to the src attribute of the iframe element.   

Visualforce Page

The specific code line shown below, indicates the iframe element and the value passed to the src attribute. This value is represented as a merge-field which is found on the Apex Controller as implemented in the next section: Apex Controller. Within this iframe, the SharinPix Album is displayed.

<iframe src="{! url }" height="400px" width="100%" style="border: 0"/>

Apex Controller

The piece of code below shows how the SharinPix URL is generated using SharinPix Abilities. The SharinPix URL is then assigned to the src attribute of the iframe as mentioned above.

Map<String, Object> claims = new Map<String, Object> {
            'abilities' => new Map<String, Object> {
                albumId => new Map<String, Object> {
                    'Access'  => new Map<String, Object> {
                        'see' => true,
                        'image_list' => true,
                        'image_upload' => true,
                        'image_delete' => true,
                        'image_crop' => true,
                        'image_rotate' => true,
                        'image_annotate' => true
        url = '' + albumId + '?token=' + sharinpix.Client.getInstance().token(claims);

The iframe is rendered and displayed as shown below.


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