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JQuery Drag & Drop Upload to Cloudinary API

Biudžetas 501-1000 Eur
Sukurta: 2014-11-05
Baigiasi: 2014-11-12
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We need an HTML (with JQUERY) form that allows a user to drag and drop images from their computer and upload to the Cloudinary with some kind of progress bar for one or more images at a time. Some users may upload 5-10MB photos.

JQuery Drag & Drop Upload to Cloudinary

We use the Cloudinary API to store and retrieve the images. If possible I'd prefer if the images could be uploaded from the clients computer straight to a Cloudinary account via JQUERY instead of passing through the web server, server side. Anything that can be done to reduce bandwidth should be done. The upload feature should be 100% JQUERY. See http://cloudinary.com/documentation/jquery_integration

File Naming

The filename needs to be custom. We will be formatting filenames by user so something like USERID_PRODUCTID_01.jpg ... 02.jpg ... 03.jpg ... etc. For now you can just use placeholders and set the USERID to whatever for testing.

We also need some PHP AND JQUERY functions to rename files. For example I would need a way to rename "53_COOL-SKU23_01.jpg" to something like "53_1125833745_01.jpg". So function would just take 2 arguments; old filename and new filename.

Image Tagging

Tagging images; when an image is uploaded always tag it with the USERID; in the example above it was "53" see see http://cloudinary.com/documentation/upload_images#tagging_images

We need a PHP function AND a JQUERY function to return a list of the images with a certain tag ie. "53". If possible we need a way to returned them paged. Some users will upload thousands of images. The PHP version should return JSON array/output. If possible the JQUERY version should query Cloudinary directly and avoid server side code. If that is not possible then the JQUERY can query the PHP file that returns the JSON.


We are using this template below and need the drag and drop section to upload an image. http://wrapbootstrap.com/preview/WB0B30DGR



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Budget: $80
Posted On: November 05, 2014 01:22 UTC
ID: 204745771
Category: Web Development > Web Programming
Skills: Array
Country: United States
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  • PHP
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