A plugin to quickly include great looking image from Unsplash.com in your Sketch projects.
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A plugin to quickly include great looking images from Unsplash in your Sketch projects. Because being able to quickly iterate on UI is important but also having great photography as placeholders is not that bad.
I'm very happy that Sketch now supports natively the feature the plugin was developed for, so I see no reason anymore for keeping this project alive.
The plugin will remain online but won't be updated or maintained anymore. There no need for it, go ahead and download the latest Sketch. It's awesome.
Thank you so much to everyone who showed interest, used and supported Unsplash It since I published it.
This started just as a way to implement a feature we needed internally at Ourfires, I honestly didn't expect such a response at all. Again, thank you so much, and I'm sorry for the slow communication and very sparse updates and fixes.
A special thank to Timuric who helped me in in a moment when I was completely stuck, and of course to other guys who contributed.
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1.5 - Included a Settings dialog to set size multiplier for the image to fetch. - Compatibility with the official plugin update system (test).
1.4 - Fixed all the compatibilty issues with Sketch 4.
1.3 - Switched to the Unsplash Source API. - You can now specify tags, between square brackets, in the layer name. ( e.g. [bird, sea] ). If no image is available for the search tags you choose, you get a default image with "We coulnd' find that photo" on it. - Removed options, since to blur and desaturate the image is fairly easy to do using default Sketch tools.
Name your layer according to the content of the image you need, using tags in square brackets. e.g. a layer named
Rectangle [food]would only fill with images of food.
To propose changes, fork the repository and submit a pull request. Thanks!
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