Assuming that you have a rails Application with a Post model We'll start by adding cloudinary and carrier wave to Our gem file in the following order.
gem 'carrierwave' gem 'cloudinary'
Next, if you don't have one yet generate an uploader by running
rails g uploader image
also, you'll need to have an image column in your post table assuming that you have a post model you can run
rails generate migration AddImageToPosts image:string
let's create a
file in the
folder, let's go ahead and add our configurations
#config/cloudinary.yml development: cloud_name: CLOUD NAME api_key: 'API KEY' api_secret: API SECRET enhance_image_tag: true static_file_support: false production: cloud_name: CLOUD NAME api_key: 'API KEY' api_secret: API SECRET enhance_image_tag: true static_file_support: true
after adding the configurations we need to mount our uploader in the post model
# app/models/post.rb class Post < ApplicationRecord mount_uploader :image, ImageUploader end
next, we need to configure our uploader to work with Cloudinary
should look like this
#app/uploaders/image_uploader.rb class ImageUploader < CarrierWave::Uploader::Base include Cloudinary::CarrierWave process convert: 'png' process tags: ['post_picture'] version :standard do process resize_to_fill: [100, 150, :north] end version :thumbnail do resize_to_fit(50, 50) end CarrierWave.configure do |config| config.cache_storage = :file end end
And now we are ready to start uploading images to our app.
in our form for creating a post
<fieldset> <%= f.label :image, 'image' %> <%= f.hidden_field :image_cache %> <%= f.file_field :image%> </fieldset>
to display the image for a given post
By now we should be able to upload and display images from our application.
learn more at https://cloudinary.com/documentation/rails_carrierwave
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