Create a file called
form.html with the following content:
Traditionally, you would create a form with the
Cloudinary’s upload widget is an API for seamlessly uploading files, such as images, to the cloud. Subsequently, Cloudinary safely stores the files in the cloud with secure backups and revision history.
With Cloudinary’s free-tier plan, you can store up to 75,000 images and videos for a total of 2 GB. You also receive 7,500 transformations and 5 GB net viewing bandwidth per month.
To integrate with the upload widget, do the following:
Sign up for a free Cloudinary account and log in to the dashboard, an example of which looks like this:
Displayed are your cloud name, API key, and API secret, which are key credentials for interacting with Cloudinary’s capabilities.
Create an upload preset with which to centrally define your image-upload options instead of specifying them for each of the uploads.
Note: Be sure to replace the
uploadPreset values with yours from the Cloudinary dashboard.
You’re now all set. Clicking the Upload files button causes this form widget to pop up:
Check out your console after a user upload of, say, an image. You’ll see a returned response that contains all the details of the upload that just occurred, including the image’s URL. The user can store that URL somewhere or assign it to the
src attribute of an
image tag for display. Talk about convenience and seamlessness exemplified!
Cloudinary’s upload widget offers many more configurations and API methods you can call, e.g., to crop an image before upload. For details, see the related documentation.
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