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What if we want to store the profile pictures of our members, images/videos they upload etc somewhere? We certainly can’t use most of the databases. Even though, some of the database services allows you to upload your images to their cloud, we couldn’t use it for most of our needs!. Otherwise, we have to store the URL of the uploaded image. In the midst of these, comes Cloudinary

Cloudinary is a SaaS technology company providing a cloud-based image and video management services. It enables users to upload, store, manage, manipulate, and deliver images and video for websites and apps.


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Many of us, including me, would have struggled to develop a React app connected to a Nodejs backend! Today, through this article, I will show you the basics of connecting these two, and Bonus !, how to publish the site to Vercel (including the backend and frontend)

I am not going for a chat or other applications, but a small ‘Hello World’ example !

So let’s dive into it…


That’s all you need !

Client Side Installation

First of all, install the package ‘create-react-app’…


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