CS 347: Lecture 23 – Hosting User Files
Many web apps evolve into miniature content management systems. Users upload their content to the back-end, and the front-end serves as an interface to this centralized storage. Sometimes the content is simple text and numbers that are stored in a database. But sometimes the data is more complex, like images and other media. In this lecture, we explore build a service that allows the user to upload images, which are stored not in a database but in the file system.
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