Programmable Media

References

Last updated: Jul-19-2024

The Cloudinary Programmable Media references below provide you with complete syntax for all available APIs and corresponding SDK methods, as well as parameter details, useful code examples, and sample response data.

When learning about Programmable Media features for the first time, these references should be used in conjunction with the relevant Guides, which provide more information on how each feature works, examples or walk-throughs of real-life use cases, how various features can be used together, important notes, tips, and considerations, and more.

URL and REST APIs

Transformation URL API

Details all available URL transformation parameters for both images and videos, complete syntax details plus URL & SDK code examples.

Upload API

Details the (non-rate-limited) REST API endpoints and corresponding SDK methods for uploading and managing individual assets.

Admin API

Details the (rate-limited) REST API endpoints and corresponding SDK methods for bulk management of media assets and other product environment entities.

Provisioning API

Details the REST API endpoints and corresponding SDK methods for creating and managing product environments, users and user groups.

Analyze API (Beta)

Details the REST API endpoints and corresponding SDK methods for analyzing any external asset and returning details based on the type of analysis requested.

Video Live Streaming API (Beta)

Details the REST API endpoints for creating and managing live streams.

Tip

Take advantage of our Cloudinary Postman Collections to experiment with our REST APIs and view the responses before adding them to your own code.

For details on setting up your own fork of our collections and configuring your Postman environment with your Cloudinary product environment credentials, see Using Cloudinary Postman collections.

CLI and SDK references

Cloudinary CLI Reference

Describes how to interact with Cloudinary via command-line, enabling you to perform Admin and Upload API operations without a dedicated backend environment, as well as additional helper commands.

Transformation Builder (url-gen) Package Reference

Details Cloudinary's internal Transformation Builder package that allows you to generate transformations with @cloudinary/url-gen in React, Vue, Angular and Javascript.

React SDK Reference

Details Cloudinary's React frontend framework library that provides image rendering capabilities and plugins.

Vue SDK Reference

Details Cloudinary's Vue.js frontend framework library that provides image rendering capabilities and plugins.

Angular SDK Reference

Details Cloudinary's Angular frontend framework library that provides image rendering capabilities and plugins.

Javascript SDK Reference

Details Cloudinary's JavaScript SDK that provides simple yet comprehensive image and video transformation, optimization, and delivery capabilities.

PHP SDK Reference

Details Cloudinary's PHP SDK that provides simple yet comprehensive image and video upload, management, configuration, and administration capabilities.

PHP SDK Transformation Reference

Details Cloudinary's PHP SDK that provides simple yet comprehensive image and video transformation, optimization, and delivery capabilities.

Go SDK Reference

Details Cloudinary's Go SDK that provides simple yet comprehensive media upload and management capabilities, and asset delivery URL generation.

Dart-Based cloudinary_url_gen Package Reference

Details Cloudinary's Dart based package that allows you to generate transformations for @cloudinary_url_gen in the Dart and Flutter SDKs.

Flutter SDK Reference

Details Cloudinary's Flutter SDK that provides a component for transforming, optimizing and delivering Cloudinary images in your Flutter apps.

Note
These SDK references are automatically generated from the library code.

Widget and Player libraries

Upload Widget API

Details the methods, parameters and events that you can use to customize and embed the Cloudinary Upload widget in your app.

Product Gallery API

Details the methods, parameters, enums and events that you can use when implementing the Cloudinary Product Gallery for your site.

Media Editor API

Details the parameter options, types and events that you can use to configure and customize the Media Editor widget.

Video Player API

Details the methods, parameters, attributes and events that you can use when working with the Cloudinary video player.

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