28 Aug '12, 11am

Direct image uploads from the browser to the cloud with jQuery

Direct image uploads from the browser to the cloud with jQuery Posted by Cloudinary on August 28, 2012 — 0 comments This blog post describes how to easily upload images to the cloud directly from your users' browsers, without going through your own servers in the process. The post includes a general explanation of Cloudinary's direct uploading solution, detailed integration examples and advanced tips. Sample code for Ruby on Rails is included.

Full article: http://www.rubyflow.com/items/8120-direct-image-uploads-f...

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