Last updated: Sep-14-2023
Add asset upload capabilities to your Remix application using the Cloudinary Upload widget. Learn how to install and configure the Upload widget, including how to make the widget work with the intricacies of a Remix application.
This tutorial presents the following topics. Click a timestamp to jump to that part of the video.
|0:05||Cloudinary has many ways to upload files to your Media Library, enabling you to take advantage of Cloudinary's extensive features and capabilities. In a Remix app you can use the Upload widget as a quick and easy way to provide a full upload experience.|
|1:55||In your Cloudinary Console, navigate to Settings > Upload > Upload presets to create a new unsigned upload preset. Give the preset a name and make sure to change the Signing mode to unsigned, then save the upload preset.|
|2:27||Add a new file called index.jsx in app/components/UploadWidget in which you can create a component for the Upload widget. After defining your component as
|3:10||Back in the component code, retrieve the environment variables using the
|4:58||Render a simple button to open the Upload widget when clicked.|
|5:15||Open the app in a browser. Click the button to open the Upload widget and upload a file to your Cloudinary product environment. See the response logged in the console.|
You can find the code used in this video tutorial in GitHub.
Generate Upload SignatureGenerate a timestamp and signature for a signed upload
Upload WidgetEmbed an Upload Widget in your site
Upload with the CLIApply background removal to images on upload
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