Cloudinary's WordPress Plugin
Cloudinary is a cloud service that offers a solution to a web application's entire image and video management pipeline. With Cloudinary, all your images are automatically uploaded, normalized, optimized and backed-up in the cloud instead of being hosted on your servers.
With Cloudinary, you can stop messing around with image editors. Cloudinary can manipulate and transform your images online, on-the-fly, directly from your WordPress console. Enhance your images using every possible filter and effect you can think of. All manipulations are done in the cloud using super-powerful hardware, and all resulting images are cached, optimized (smushed and more) and delivered via a lightning fast content delivery network (CDN).
The plugin is available for installation via WordPress plugins directory. The plugin is publicly available at: https://wordpress.org/plugins/cloudinary-image-management-and-manipulation-in-the-cloud-cdn/
This Git repository is the development repository, while there's a mirror public SVN repository of the actual released WordPress plugin version: https://plugins.svn.wordpress.org/cloudinary-image-management-and-manipulation-in-the-cloud-cdn/
Deprecation Note The legacy WordPress Plugin version (v1.x) will be deprecated as of February 1st, 2021, after which support, updates and bug fixes for the legacy plugin will continue in limited fashion. The legacy plugin will be made obsolete on August 1st, 2021 (end-of-life date), meaning, Version 1.x of the plugin will no longer function after that date. We ask that you update to our latest WordPress Plugin v2.x before the August 1st deadline.
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You can open an issue through GitHub.
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Create a Plugin Release Package
npm run package to create the plugin release in the
/build directory and package it as
cloudinary-image-management-and-manipulation-in-the-cloud-cdn.zip in the root directory.
Files included in the release package are defined in the
gruntfile.js under the
copy task. Be sure to update this list of files and directories when you add new files to the project.
Deployment to WordPress.org
Tag a release from the
masterbranch on GitHub.
npm run deployto deploy the version referenced in the
cloudinary.phpfile of the current branch.
npm run deploy-assetsto deploy just the WP.org plugin assets such as screenshots, icons and banners.
Released under the GPL license.