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Upload Multiple images to cloudinary Node, MongoDB, Express

Upload Multiple images to cloudinary Node, MongoDB, Express

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Adeeyo adewale temitayo
·Nov 8, 2019·

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Hello there In this post we are going to create a backend Node JS server that uses the cloudinary library to upload multiple images at once because cloudinary doesn't support multiple images by default so we are going to find a way around it. Brace yourselves, I hope you are excited as I am.


We will need the following installed on our machines to get started;

Let get started.

First, we create our project folder and also initialize our project using

The following

 mkdir cloud_mutilple_image
 cd cloud_mutilple_image
 npm inti

which would create a package.json file for us.


Next, we would structure our project, in the root folder we would need to create a server.js file, which would be the main entry point of our application, then we will need a helper folder to contain our application helper.js file. Our project structure would look like this.

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Server.js file Where we will be starting our development server

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helper.js file where will have our upload (helper) function

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Now let create a user folder where we will have Our user.controller.js, user.model.js and user.route.js


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find all created user:

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Now let test our endpoints:

create endpoint:

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