If you're an Android app developer looking to provide users with the ability to upload images or for computer vision tasks, you're in the right place. In this blog post, we'll show you how to send an image via post request in Kotlin using Retrofit2.
In this post we will upload an image from the user of an iOS app to a server written in Go as an asynchronous multiform POST request. This could be for uploading a profile image or detecting objects.
In this post we will transform a JSON response from a microservice by adding metadata like a name, date or a unique identifier and relaying it to the user client. This is part of my journey in building AI SaaS app on iOS for researchers, as an example we will pretend to send data to an AI object ide
Today we will learn how to send an image to a microservice for analysis and return the result to the user.
Let’s establish the communication between server API and client. We will deal with janitor work of programming. It consists of structuring values of data fields into groups, storing them long term and unpack them to work with.