Last updated: Mar-28-2023
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Add asset upload capabilities to your SvelteKit app using the Cloudinary Upload widget. Learn how to install and configure the Upload widget, including how to make the widget work with the intricacies of a SvelteKit application.
This tutorial presents the following topics. Click a timestamp to jump to that part of the video.
Introduction to the Upload widget
|0:05||Cloudinary has many ways to upload files to your Media Library, enabling you to take advantage of Cloudinary's extensive features and capabilities. In a SvelteKit app you can use the Upload widget as a quick and easy way to provide a full upload experience.|
Add the Upload widget script to your SvelteKit app
Add a new component for the Upload widget
|1:21||Add a new file called UploadWidget.svelte in src/lib/components in which you can create a component for the Upload widget.|
Initialize the Upload widget
Create an upload preset
|2:37||In your Cloudinary Console, navigate to Settings > Upload > Upload presets to create a new unsigned upload preset. Make sure to change the Signing mode to unsigned, then save the upload preset.|
Create a callback function
|3:06||Create a new callback function to handle the response from the Upload widget.|
Add a button to open the Upload widget
|3:24||Render a simple button to open the Upload widget when clicked.|
Test it out
|3:51||Add the UploadWidget component to the
You can find the code used in this video tutorial in GitHub.
- Read our Upload widget guide and reference, covering every available parameter option.
- Check out an Upload widget Sandbox that you can fork to try out some sample configuration changes.
- Watch more Dev Hints videos on the Cloudinary YouTube channel.
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