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In this article I will explain how to use the Cloudinary package with NestJS custom providers. You can find an example at the end of the article.

Project configuration

nest new nest-cloudinary-example

2. Then, generate a module, provider and service with the NestJS CLI:

nest generate module cloudinary
nest generate provider cloudinary
nest generate service clodinary

3. Install Cloudinary and buffer-to-stream packages from npmjs.com

Code Implementation

4. Create a file in the cloudinary folder called constants.ts, this file contains a constant called Cloudinary which is used as a provider injection token.

5. In cloudinary.provider.ts,

Saúl Calderón

Jr. NodeJS Backend Developer from El Salvador.

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