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Svelte Cloudinary

High-performance image delivery and uploading at scale in Svelte powered by Cloudinary.

FeaturesGetting StartedCommunity & SupportContributing

This is a community library supported by the Cloudinary Developer Experience team.

✨ Features

  • Automatically optimize images and deliver in modern formats
  • Remove backgrounds from images
  • Dynamically add image and text overlays to images
  • AI-based cropping and resizing
  • Transform images using color and effects
  • Generate Open Graph Social Media cards on the fly
  • ...all at scale with Cloudinary

🚀 Getting Started

Installation

  • Install svelte-cloudinary with:
npm install svelte-cloudinary
  • Add an environment variable with your Cloud Name:
VITE_PUBLIC_CLOUDINARY_CLOUD_NAME="<Your Cloud Name>"

Adding an Image

<script>
import { CldImage } from 'svelte-cloudinary';
</script>

<CldImage width="600" height="600" src="<Public ID or Cloudinary URL>" alt="<Alt Text>" />

Learn more about CldImage on the Svelte Cloudinary Docs

❤️ Community & Support

🛠 Contributing

Please read CONTRIBUTING.md prior to contributing.

Working Locally

Installation

This project is currently using pnpm as a way to manage dependencies and workspaces.

With the project cloned, install the dependencies from the root of the project with:

pnpm install

Configuration

To work on the project, you need to have an active Cloudinary account. With the account, configure a .env.local file inside of docs with:

VITE_PUBLIC_CLOUDINARY_CLOUD_NAME="<Your Cloudinary Cloud Name>"
VITE_PUBLIC_CLOUDINARY_API_KEY="<Your Cloudinary API Key>"
CLOUDINARY_API_SECRET="<Your Cloudinary API Secret>"

# The following are used for the internal playground not the library
PUBLIC_CLOUDINARY_UNSIGNED_UPLOAD_PRESET="<Your unsigned preset>"
PUBLIC_CLOUDINARY_SIGNED_UPLOAD_PRESET="<Your signed preset>"

Note: The Cloudinary account can be free, but some features may not work beyond free tier like Background Removal

The Cloud Name is required for all usage, where the API Key and Secret currently is only used for Upload Widget usage. The Upload Preset is additionally used for the Upload Widgets.

Uploading Example Images

In order to run the Docs project, you need to have the images referenced available inside of your Cloudinary account.

To do this, navigate to the scripts directory and first create a new .env file with:

CLOUDINARY_CLOUD_NAME="<Your Cloudinary Cloud Name>"
CLOUDINARY_API_KEY="<Your API Key>"
CLOUDINARY_API_SECRET="<Your API Secret>"

Then run the upload script with:

pnpm upload

By default, the images inside of scripts/images.json will be uploaded to the "images" directory inside of your Cloudinary account. To change the location, add the VITE_CLOUDINARY_IMAGES_DIRECTORY environment variable with your preferred directory:

VITE_CLOUDINARY_IMAGES_DIRECTORY="<Your Directory>"

Running the Project

Once installed and configured, open two terminal tabs, navigating one to svelte-cloudinary and one to docs, running the following command in each:

pnpm dev

The project will now be available at https://localhost:5173 or the configured local port.

Running Tests

All tests are located inside of svelte-cloudinary/svelte-cloudinary each test lives along side the corresponding component.

While inside svelte-cloudinary, run tests with:

pnpm test:unit

Acknowledgement

Thanks cupcakearmy for handing off the original svelte-cloudinary to allow us to continue on the work for the Svelte community!

Contributors

Troy Ciesco
Troy Ciesco

💡
Lih Haur Voon
Lih Haur Voon

💻
HeetVekariya
HeetVekariya

💻
Carlo Taleon
Carlo Taleon

📖

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