Uploadcare lets you upload, store, and deliver your files to end users. Also, you can use tools to transform and optimize images, process videos, convert documents, etc. Let's do some of this without further ado.
You can add File Uploader to your website in about five minutes. It'll work in any browser on computers and mobile devices. Upload files of any size (up to 5TB) from local disc, social media and popular storage services (Dropbox, Google Photos, etc.).
The power of an Uploadcare ecosystem is hidden behind a simple Upload button:
Add File Uploader on your website by adding this code into your page's
<script>UPLOADCARE_PUBLIC_KEY = "demopublickey";</script> <script src="https://ucarecdn.com/libs/widget/3.x/uploadcare.full.min.js" charset="utf-8"></script>
UPLOADCARE_PUBLIC_KEY instead of
demopublickey after you sign up. It points to a specific project in your Uploadcare account.
When the JS library is added on the page, use it in
<BODY> to place an upload button:
<input type="hidden" role="uploadcare-uploader" name="my_file" />
All uploads go to your primary storage at Uploadcare. Every uploaded file gets its own UUID:
All files are stored in your project until you delete them. This feature is called Auto storing and it's on by default. When you switch it off, and newly uploaded files will be deleted after 24 hours. Still, you can keep individual files by explicitly storing them via API.
Uploadcare has a CDN as a basic delivery method,
You can apply CDN operations over the file URLs:
Transformations are be applied on the fly, at the moment of a user's request. Original media stays intact. Processed file versions get cached on the CDN nodes and don't take any space in your storage, yet they make these pages load faster in the future for similar requests.
Try using the Adaptive Delivery JS library to skip this step by automatically adapting images to user context: location, device, and browser.
These are just basics of what you can do with Uploadcare. Create an account, check out our integrations, guides, and APIs. Post your questions in our Community and feel free to contact us whenever you need.