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 only configure credentials for magnolia-dam-cloudinary-app.
Credentials (Cloudinary 6.2)
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:
Credentials (Magnolia 6.1)
From Configuration app:
- Cloud name
- API Key
- API Secret
In case you don't find this structure, you can create new node similar to this image with yours connection info.
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.
Cloudinary app (since Magnolia 6.2, the app is integrated in the Assets app)
The new Cloudinary app should be available in the Edit menu of admincentral.
Theming (Magnolia 6.1)
This module comes with a sample theme that provides an imageText component that will let you search and select images from your Cloudinary service.
After you add the site with the Cloudinary theme you can create a page and add the textImage component.
- This module is at INCUBATOR level.
- Version 1.1 - Compatible with Magnolia 6.2.
- Version 1.0 - Initial release of the extensions version of the module.