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Blog posts of 'Javascript' tag
How To Create a 360 Product Viewer

E-commerce is a dynamic business. Shoppers are constantly browsing sites for the best deals or for the latest of their favorite products, adding to wish lists, and exploring product recommendations from friends and influencers. On the other hand, online vendors are always on a tear to try to draw in shoppers and convert clicks to cash with various techniques, such as by reducing page-load time, posting compelling product images, and aggressively targeting ads.

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Lazy Loading: Choosing the Best Option

In today’s digital-first age, online site performance is critical for ensuring business continuity, attracting repeat sales, and gaining a competitive advantage. Lazy loading accelerates page loads of websites and apps. Many implementation techniques are available, however, so choose wisely. In particular, become familiar with the universal practices and the language- and framework-specific approaches.

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Automating File Upload and Sharing

This article explains the basics of FTP, peer-to-peer (P2P), and web-browser uploads, as well as Cloudinary’s automated upload capabilities that save time and improve workflows.

File uploads are cross-system data transfers. You can upload files in one of three ways:

In this article, you will learn:

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Announcing the Next Generation Cloudinary JavaScript SDKs

Since its founding in 2012, Cloudinary has released software development kits (SDKs) in over a dozen languages and frameworks, adding feature after feature for numerous technologies. So far, those releases have proceeded in an evolutionary manner. We’re now overhauling them to serve developers even better, starting with the JavaScript (JS) SDK. For details, see our recent post on Cloudinary’s next-generation developer SDKs.

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 Lazy-Loading JavaScript for High-Speed Webpage Performance

JavaScript is a popular programming language, typically for building interactive web apps, thanks to its ease of use and ability to run in any browser with no "JavaScript turned off" setting. The language is easy to learn, accelerating app development. However, to avoid performance issues, be sure to optimize your JavaScript apps for media loading. You can do that by adopting techniques for optimizing website images, such as lazy loading.

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Building a Music Player Application With Vue.js Framework

In May 2018, Cloudinary sponsored Capitol Music Group’s first hackathon held by its new Capitol360 Innovation Center, which aims at connecting musicians and software technologists to facilitate and stimulate the creation of music. See this interview for details. As a starter project for the hackathon, we built a sample app called Music Discovery Service.

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Build a Facial Emotion Recognition Based Video Suggestion App

Developers are always looking for new and creative ways to deliver content that resonates with the way users feel. Often using the latest technical innovations the market has to offer such as Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML). What better way to demonstrate innovative uses of these technology in a consumer market than capturing expressions from your users and then serving content based on that expression!

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Cloud-Based Video Content Management Platform for Developers

Videos in web sites and apps are starting to catch up with images in terms of popularity and they are a constantly growing part of the media strategy for most organizations. This means bigger challenges for developers who need to handle these videos in their web sites and mobile apps. Cloudinary's mission is to solve all developer needs around image and video content management. In this blog post, we are excited to introduce Cloudinary's complete cloud-based video content management solution for developers.

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Getting Started with StencilJS

Stencil is basically a compiler, not necessarily a UI library. A compiler that transforms TSX (TypeScript + JSX) into self-contained custom components.

Before you start learning about the tool, it’s important to note that Stencil is not another heavy JavaScript framework you need to learn. If you have worked with Angular or React, or understand web components, then Stencil is worth a look.

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