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jekyll-cloudinary is a Jekyll plugin adding a Liquid tag to ease the use of Cloudinary for responsive images in your Markdown/Kramdown posts. It builds the HTML for responsive images in the posts, using the srcset and sizes attributes for the <img /> tag (see the "varying size and density" section of this post if this is new for you, and why it's recommended to not use <picture> most of the time). URLs in the srcset are cloudinary URLs that fetch on-the-fly the post's images and resize them to several sizes.
Initially forked from https://github.com/teepluss/laravel4-cloudinary. As it doesn't seem to be maintained anymore, and facing the lack of response from the original maitainer (issue opened + pull request opened, last commit on August last year), I decided to create a new fork that I plan on maintaining.
This repo is for my blog Uploading files with React.js and Node.js. Many people found my code exmaples to be confusing, so I created this repo to demo how everthing comestogether. I didn't add redux in this one, but if you want it - let me know.
This component will render an <img> built from a cloudinary url and options. Width and height attributes are set on the img tag as well as passed to cloudinary, allowing you to specify the resolution via the "dpr" attribute.
React File Uploader for Cloudinary. This React component wraps the Cloudinary Widget.It wraps all the properties of both the widget and the returned results in the state of the React component. ============== You need to include the Cloudinary script at the bottom of your page, but before loading your React app.