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Easiest way to upload image in laravel with TinyMCE | Code included

In this tutorial you learn

1. Front end code for laravel tinymce

2. Controller code and route

3. Things to remember when you upload image using tinymce

1. Front end code for laravel TinyMCE

<script src="" referrerpolicy="origin"></script>

            selector: 'textarea',

            image_class_list: [
            {title: 'img-responsive', value: 'img-responsive'},
            height: 500,
            setup: function (editor) {
                editor.on('init change', function () {
            plugins: [
                "advlist autolink lists link image charmap print preview anchor",
                "searchreplace visualblocks code fullscreen",
                "insertdatetime media table contextmenu paste imagetools"
            toolbar: "insertfile undo redo | styleselect | bold italic | alignleft aligncenter alignright alignjustify | bullist numlist outdent indent | link image ",

            image_title: true,
            automatic_uploads: true,
            images_upload_url: '/upload',
            file_picker_types: 'image',
            file_picker_callback: function(cb, value, meta) {
                var input = document.createElement('input');
                input.setAttribute('type', 'file');
                input.setAttribute('accept', 'image/*');
                input.onchange = function() {
                    var file = this.files[0];

                    var reader = new FileReader();
                    reader.onload = function () {
                        var id = 'blobid' + (new Date()).getTime();
                        var blobCache =  tinymce.activeEditor.editorUpload.blobCache;
                        var base64 = reader.result.split(',')[1];
                        var blobInfo = blobCache.create(id, file, base64);
                        cb(blobInfo.blobUri(), { title: });

2. Controller code and route

Controller code

public function upload(Request $request){
        $path=$request->file('file')->storeAs('uploads', $fileName, 'public');
        return response()->json(['location'=>"/storage/$path"]); 
        /*$imgpath = request()->file('file')->store('uploads', 'public'); 
        return response()->json(['location' => "/storage/$imgpath"]);*/


Route code

Route::post('/upload', 'PostTasksController@upload');

3. Things to remember when you upload image using TinyMCE

  1.  You need to have an action name in your blade within TinyMCE script. In my case the action name is upload.
  2. You need to have a router name and a method for uploading images. In my case it's upload, I have used the similar name as action. You can choose a different name.
  3. A new folder would be created under storage/app/public folder. It would be the name you mention in store() method.
  4. You need to add "storage" with your path name. In my case it's "storage/$imgpath".
  5. You also need to run an artisan command.
php artisan storage:link