Drag the handle on the image to resize. A simple and familiar drag to resize experience.
Includes support for uploading any type of file attachments to your editor.
Drag and drop a file into the editor.
Paste a file using
Choose file using system file picker.
Supports single and multiple file uploads. Batch upload up to 100 images or file attachments at a time.
Users get to keep editing while uploading. A progress bar let's them know how it's going.
It's the same great uploading experience users expect from popular apps like Google docs, Google Mail and Microsoft Office 365.
Deliver higher resolution images to high dot-per-inch devices. Show smaller images to low dot-per-inch devices.
Have image uploading with resizing, and file attachments working in 15 minutes.
No component design and debugging, no building server back-ends, just images and attachments working perfectly in minutes.
Files are delivered using a high speed Content Delivery Network (CDN) with over 300 points of presence around the globe. Uses the same delivery network as Amazon.
Architected to be scalable to massive websites with petabytes of images and file attachments.
Love us now and leave us later. Designed so that there is no lock-in and it is easy to leave.
No need to figure out how to upload files securely from your app to your cloud hosting platform.
No need to build or integrate with an image resizing service. Portive includes one.
No need to figure out how to have users upload files without letting malicious users use up your file space.
No figuring out how to integrate a CDN with the upload and image resize service.
Sunny Hirai, one of the founders of Portive, is the second biggest contributor to the open-source Slate editor by number of commits.
The company behind Portive is over 20 years old and has secured funding of over $1 million.