Cloudinary Dart SDK

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The Cloudinary API Dart SDK allows you to quickly and easily integrate your application with Cloudinary. Effortlessly upload your assets to your cloud.

As Flutter is build on the Dart language, understanding the Dart SDK is essential for utilizing the capabilities of the Flutter SDK, as well. For more information about the Flutter SDK, see the Cloudinary Flutter documentation.


This Readme provides basic installation and usage information.

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Key Features

Transform and optimize assets. Visit our documentation to learn more about media optimization and transformations.

Version Support

SDK Version Dart Version
1.x > 1.0


To use this SDK, add cloudinary as a dependency in your pubspec.yaml file.

  cloudinary_api: ^1.0.0
  cloudinary_url_gen: ^1.0.0



The Cloudinary class is the main entry point for using the library. Your cloud_name is required to create an instance of this class. Your api_key and api_secret are also needed to perform secure API calls to Cloudinary (e.g., image and video uploads). Setting the configuration parameters can be done either programmatically using an appropriate constructor of the Cloudinary class or globally using an environment variable. You can find your account-specific configuration parameters in the Dashboard page of your account console.

Here's an example of setting configuration parameters in your Dart application:

import 'package:cloudinary_url_gen/cloudinary.dart';

var cloudinary = Cloudinary.fromStringUrl('cloudinary://<your-api-key>:<your-api-secret>@<your-cloud-name>');


To upload a file you need to call you cloudinary object with uploader(), here's an example:

var response = cloudinary.uploader().upload(file);


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