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Media Management With the Cloudinary-Netlify CMS Integration

Static sites and the JAMstack are quickly becoming a standard for developing safe and performant websites with an optimal workflow for developers. Netlify CMS (not to be confused with the company that created it, Netlify) is an open source content management solution that works especially with static site generators such as Gatsby, Hugo, etc... enabling content storage in your Git repository along with your code for easier versioning, multichannel publishing, and direct content updates in Git.

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Stylight Fashions Image-Heavy Retail Search Engine with Cloudinary

For Stylight, a fashion and design retail search engine, uptime, performance and customer experience are key to the bottom line. With tens of thousands of new images being added to its site each week, and a very small development team, the company needed an efficient way to manage and manipulate images, so they could be viewed quickly and optimally on any device used by consumers in 16 countries. As one of the earliest users of Cloudinary, Stylight sees significant performance and financial benefits related to Cloudinary’s cutting-edge solution for image optimization and delivery on multiple content delivery networks (CDNs).

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How MyCreativeShop Brings Images to Life

By MyCreativeShop.com
How to Create Image Mockups with Cloudinary

At MyCreativeShop, we offer templates for customers to create print designs and then print them with us or elsewhere. Brochures, flyers, postcards, and door hangers are our specialty. Early on, customers told us that they found it difficult to visualize what their designs would actually look like once printed. We needed to do better than showing boring, “flat” preview images of the finished designs to them—we needed to bring those images to life!

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How to Customize Cloudinary's eCommerce Android App

Recently we added the Cloudinary Demo - eCommerce App to the Google Play Store. This app demonstrates the best practices for optimal delivery of images on a storefront, including category pages, product pages, and a shopping cart. At the time, we published Introducing the Cloudinary Demo Android App, Part 1, which provided an under-the-hood tour of how the eCommerce Android App was designed and how Cloudinary was integrated throughout.

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