Cloudinary supports archiving & downloading your resources in ZIP files, based on different criteria (e.g. resource_type, folder, tag, list of public IDs, etc.). For more information see our generate_archive documentation and the complementary blog post. This option is available both via API and UI based on multiple resources selection.
Alternatively (or as a preliminary step) you can use the Admin API to list your resources and use the retrieved data for further filtering your content and downloading based on their URLs or public IDs.
For our paid plans, we also support automatically backing up all original resources to the customer's own S3 bucket where it will be safely stored.
In the example below, you can generate a zip file using the tag name. Please hit the green play button to run the code.
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sorry this should be helpful too: https://github.com/cloudinary/cloudinary_angular
if you use angular at the front end it's not wise to use show your credentials so at least provide them from a secure source (domain restriction in case of a web app) or on the server side. the link i posted above is to a comment i gave on alike question, there is an anwser for your question about a small tutorial.
How do you download an entire folder if it exceeds the item limitation of 500, or if it exceeds the raw file limit?
yes, i want to display all my account images in angular app. can you please tell me how can i use/integrate admin api? A small tutorial or code snippet would be very helpful.
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