When was the last time you bought a product without looking at its images or videos? The chance of customers buying a product increases by an order of magnitude when you effectively showcase your brand and products with images and videos. And when you have customers interacting with your brand across different channels and devices, you must meet them everywhere as they go from discovery to purchase.
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Since 1999, WebRTC has served as an open-source and free solution for real-time audio and video communications within webpages, eliminating the need to use plugins, native apps, or other third-party software. I first became aware of WebRTC when Google and other browser vendors started supporting it. Many products, including Amazon Chime and Slack, have since jumped on the bandwagon.
I’m a developer turned instructional designer. In fact, I’ve been coding professionally since graduate school in the mid-1980s and have worked through many iterations of delivering apps to users over the decades. It just keeps getting to be more and more fun!
To me, one of the most exciting aspects in a company’s lifecycle in which to participate is the product roadmap. As a customer of numerous services and from my many years of working in Customer Success, visibility into a company’s product plans reinforces my trust in it and my affinity for the brand. The fact that I’m entrusted with those plans, invited to provide feedback, and actually steer the company’s direction means the world to me. I feel that not only am I being heard, but that I’m also afforded the opportunity to make a difference.
Happy New Year, folks!
As a relentless technology advocate and a developer who’s worked on media transformation for numerous projects over the years, I decided in late 2019 to go on a 25-day journey of sharing my learnings on Twitter. The aim was to show my audience the options available for them to do magic with any type of media file and spark ideas that would take maximum advantage of those techniques in their future projects.
Wouldn’t it be cool to have the powers of Gatsby rendering performant pages and serving optimized and transformed media files from Cloudinary on the same site? That’s now a reality: I’m excited to introduce two Gatsby plugins on Cloudinary: Gatsby-Source-Cloudinary and Gatsby-Transformer-Cloudinary.
Oftentimes, developers and architects must supplement their project documents with diagrams, charts, sequence drawings, and the like. Instead of creating them with traditional software like Microsoft Visio, I searched for a more developer-friendly alternative and found a project with just the right tool, which I was able to integrate with Cloudinary with gratifying results. This post describes the tool and the integration steps.
Keeping all your digital assets well organized in a single repository requires an effective way to find what you need when you need it. Otherwise, each and every task that your team performs on those assets would take up valuable search time, causing frustration and duplication of effort.
One photo can morph into a thousand photos through a simple application of bits and pieces of transformation effects. A few examples of the common effects are Black and White, Duotone, Blurs and Fades, Cartoonification, and Color Pop.