How to Upload an Image From React to the Rails API Using React-hook-form and Context APIby@Habibu
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How to Upload an Image From React to the Rails API Using React-hook-form and Context API

by Salum10mNovember 10th, 2022
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After reading this article, you should always be able to create a React UI that allows you to use react-hook-form to upload an image to an API endpoint. It will also address the problems that arise when the conventions are not followed. This article is intended for readers who are already familiar with the following topics. We must create the **Rails** API-only project by following the steps shown below. To enable image uploading, we must first install active storage by running the command below.

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