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Nedy Udombat
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May 7, 2020 ⋅ 7 min read

Handling images with Cloudinary in React

Nedy Udombat Software engineer.

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3 Replies to "Handling images with Cloudinary in React"

  1. Hi. There is some error at line
    window.Cloudinary.createUploadWidget(
    Actually, Cloudinary MUST BE lowercase, so it should be
    window.cloudinary.createUploadWidget(
    Hope it help

  2. hey can you please tell, how to send a file from reactjs frontend to backend?, (backend is flask) and in backend, I am going to upload the image to url.

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