Engineers from the Cloudinary office in Petah Tikva also collaborated with remote Engineers in the United States to create 16 new features. Learn about 7 new exciting projects that were created during the Hackathon.
Although the Engineering team at Cloudinary is incredibly small, they are comprised of technological leaders.
The winning project is a file system like operations in a terminal, that is incorporated into Cloudinary’s Media Library.
This second-place winner enables analysis of Cloudinary’s service usage at a customer site and the potential to increase the service usage there. The site crawler can also detect usage trends, both positive and negative, over time.
This third-place winner opens the Cloudinary platform by extending the transformation flow with WebAssembly modules or AWS Lambda. This project has been productized and is now part of Cloudinary’s service.
This is a simple desktop app that automatically syncs user file systems with their Cloudinary accounts. We’ll open-source this project in the upcoming weeks.
We built several Chrome extensions, most of which for analyzing image usage and potential improvements in visited sites.
This project incorporates images and videos from Cloudinary’s Media Library within Gmail and Google Docs.
This project enables voice commands for querying account-related information.
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