How to Upload, Cache, Save and Share Images in an Android App

How to Upload, Cache, Save and Share Images in an Android App

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What if I ask you to guess the icon image for WhatsApp or Instagram? Even before your mind processes my question, decides on an image and responds, your mouth would have already answered me. Images play that important role in making an app, or to specify, an Android app. Here, for example, I will upload an image from an Android SD Card using the App42 Upload Service. Thereafter, I will perform caching, sharing, and saving operations on the image.

  • Upload an image on the server from Android SD Card.
  • Make a more swift app for image caching.
  • Increase user engagement by pushing users to share these images.
  • Save these images to an SD card.

Image Uploading

First, upload an image from an Android SD Card to the server so as to get a web URL to perform operations on the image, like sharing. Here, we are using App42′s service to upload an image to the server.

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May 26, 2017 at 03:39PM

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