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We've spent long hours architecting a secure experience. The following Java method uploads an image to the cloud: import com.cloudinary.Cloudinary; Cloudinary cloudinary = new Cloudinary(); cloudinary.upload(fileRef, ObjectUtils.emptyMap()); The first parameter is the file source and the second one is a map (Map ) of additional upload parameters. Preview thumbnail, progress indication, multiple images Cloudinary's jQuery library also enables an enhanced uploading experience - show a progress bar, display a thumbnail of the uploaded image, drag & drop support, upload multiple files and more. "colors": [ ["#152E02",7.9], ["#2E4F06",6.3], ["#3A6604",5.6], . import java.util.Arrays; . This is useful when Strict Transformations are allowed for your account and you wish to create custom derived images for already uploaded images. Renaming means changing the public ID of already uploaded images. Uploaded images processed and eager transformations are generated synchronously during the upload API call. Privacy Policy Ad Choice Patents Terms of Use Mobile User Agreement Download.com download Windows Mac Android iOS more About Download.com Download Help Center Advertise on Download.com Partner with Download.com Add Your Software cnet Reviews News Video How To Deals follow us Facebook Twitter Google+ YouTube . You can use our Admin API and media library web interface for searching, listing and deleting images by tags. Comprehensive transformations can be applied on uploaded resources and you can extract image and video metadata and semantic information once their upload is complete. For example, the following call performs direct uploading that will also tag the uploaded image, limit its size to given dimensions and generate a thumbnail eagerly. The file input field can be configured to support simultaneous multiple file uploading. You can set the overwrite parameter to true to delete the image that has the target public ID and replace it with the image being renamed: cloudinary.uploader().rename("oldname", "newname", ObjectUtils.asMap("overwrite", true)); Manage tags Cloudinary supports assigning one or more tags to uploaded images. All subsequent accesses to the same transformation would quickly deliver a cached copy of the previously generated image via the CDN. The following command creates a text style named darkname of a certain font, color and style: Map textParams = ObjectUtils.asMap( "publicid", "darkname", "fontfamily", "Arial", "fontsize", 12, "fontcolor", "black", "opacity", "90" ); Map textResult = cloudinary.uploader.text("some text", textParams); The following image tag adds a text overlay using the created darkname text style. For example: . Then the local web server provides JSONP endpoints to retrieve progress information or cancel the ongoing upload, without needing to re-embed the plug-in itself. Notice that the file name will be normalized and a set of random characters will be appended to it to ensure uniqueness. Here's are two examples: cloudinary.uploader().destroy("zombie", ObjectUtils.asMap("invalidate", true)); Map uploadParams = ObjectUtils.asMap( "publicid", "zombie", "invalidate", true ); Map uploadResult = cloudinary.uploader().upload(new File("newzombie.jpg"), uploadParams); Refresh images Cloudinary supports forcing the refresh of Facebook & Twitter profile pictures, using the explicit API method. Cloudinary's APIs allow secure uploading from your servers, directly from your visitors browsers or mobile applications, or fetched via remote public URLs. Once safely stored in the cloud, you can generate derived images from these originals by asking Cloudinary to apply transformations and manipulations. Select a streaming profile Step 2. Once finished, the uploaded image is immediately available for manipulation and delivery. Here's an example: Map uploadParams = ObjectUtils.asMap( "eagerasync", true, "eagernotificationurl", " "eager", Arrays.asList( new Transformation().width(150).height(100).crop("thumb").gravity("face") ) ); Map uploadResult = cloudinary.uploader().upload(new File("myimage.jpg"), uploadParams); Cloudinary also supports webhooks. The following example assigns a tag to a list of images: Map addTagResult = cloudinary.uploader().addTag( "anothertag", {"sampleid", "de9wjix4hhnqpxixq6cw"}, ObjectUtils.emptyMap()); The following example clears the given tag from a list of images: Map removeTagResult = cloudinary.uploader().removeTag( "anothertag", {"sampleid", "de9wjix4hhnqpxixq6cw"}, ObjectUtils.emptyMap()); This example clears all tags from a given list of images and assigns a different tag: Map replaceTagResult = cloudinary.uploader().replaceTag( "anothertag", {"sampleid", "de9wjix4hhnqpxixq6cw"}, ObjectUtils.emptyMap()); Text creation Cloudinary allows generating dynamic text overlays with your custom text. Map options = ObjectUtils.asMap("resourcetype", "raw"); Map uploadResult = cloudinary.uploader().upload(new File("samplespreadsheet.xls"), options); Delivery URLs of raw files are built quite similarly to those of images. For example, setting the public ID to a normalized user name and identifier in your local system: Map params = ObjectUtils.asMap("publicid", "johndoe1001"); Map uploadResult = cloudinary.uploader().upload(new File("myimage.jpg"), params); Public IDs can be organized in folders for more structured delivery URLs. The following example uploads an image via a remote URL, and requests the coordinates of all detected faces in the image: Map options = ObjectUtils.asMap("faces", true); Map uploadResult = cloudinary.uploader().upload( " options); Below you can see the faces coordinates that were included in the upload response: { "publicid":"egwcvxk8idvump0jauv7", . You should manually bind to the cloudinarydone event to handle results of multiple uploads. Map uploadResult = cloudinary.uploader().upload("s3://my-bucket/my-path/my-file.jpg", ObjectUtils.emptyMap()); Direct uploading from the browser The upload samples mentioned above allows your server-side Java code to upload images to Cloudinary 5a02188284
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