Maven is the easiest way to install the module. Add the following dependency to your bundle:
You will need an account to connect to Cloudinary.
Once the Cloudinary app module is installed there is some import basic configuration. We need to configure credentials for magnolia-dam-cloudinary-app.
Defines the number of resources displayed per folder, default is 50, max value is 500.
Credentials can be stored on the Passwords app see below screenshot:
They are configured in config.yaml and can be overwritten on the module configuration:
Cloudinary provider is installed automatically from the first time it's installed. If you don't see this, it may not be installed properly, or it may be deleted by accidentally, you can recreate it similar to this structure.
On installation of version 1.1.2/* there is new configuration that adds an endpoint and a rest role added to the anonymous user for Cloudinary access.
The endpoint will receive Cloudinary notifications to refresh the cache when working directly with Cloudinary server, to configure the notification_url, log into Cloudinary Management Console and in Settings/Upload there is the notification_url setting, it should be the domain name and the endpoint path like the following:
The Cloudinary app is now part of the default assets app.
This module comes with a component template.
- This module is at INCUBATOR level.