What is Uploadcare?
Uploadcare is a complete file handling platform for online business. Receive files from you users via File Uploader or File Upload API, implement image optimization and transformations with Image CDN API, and get HIPAA-compliant storage.
Uploadcare is a tool in the File Uploads category of a tech stack.
Who uses Uploadcare?
21 companies reportedly use Uploadcare in their tech stacks, including StackShare, Uploadcare, and DNSFilter.
26 developers on StackShare have stated that they use Uploadcare.
Pros of Uploadcare
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- Stores files in Uploadcare Storage or connects to your AWS S3 buckets
- Delivers content in an instant across 5 continents with Uploadcare CDN
- Takes minutes to integrate thanks to series of guides for most popular Web platforms, programming languages, and frameworks
- Well-documented and provides live chat or email support
- Provides on-the-fly image processing and tools for editing images in desktop and mobile browsers
- Lets you resize, crop, rotate, enhance, extract colors, detect faces, and whatnot
- Provides REST API to manage your cloud storage
- Lets you upload files from multiple sources using File Uploader, raw API, libraries or plugins
- Provides HIPAA-compliance and PHI protection
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