Laravel Image Intervention:

Intervention Image has optional support for Laravel and comes with a Service Provider and Facades for easy integration. In addition, laravel includes the vendor/autoload.php file, so you don’t have to require or autoload manually. Also, I have used the intervention/image package to resize the image and then save the image into the database.

Add Intervention Image Package:

This step describes how to install PHP intervention image package into the laravel application, type command in the terminal, and execute to install the plugin.

composer require intervention/image

Register Image Intervention Package:

In order to use the image intervention package in laravel, you make sure to inject the package classes into the providers and aliases arrays. Open the config/app.php file and update the following code in the file.

Intervention\Image\ImageServiceProvider::class (Add this line of code in provider array in app.php file)

'Image' => Intervention\Image\Facades\Image::class (Add this line of code in aliases array in app.php file)

After adding the above code in the mentioned files run the below command:

php artisan vendor:publish --provider="Intervention\Image\ImageServiceProviderLaravelRecent"

Code for Adding the Image:

use Image; (use image at the top of your controller)

$imageName = '';

$files = $request->file('image');

$images_name = 'NewLecture-' . uniqid() . '-' .$file->getClientOriginalName();
$filePath = public_path('/frontend/assets/lectures_images');
File::makeDirectory($filePath, 0777, true, true);
$img = Image::make($file->getRealPath());


The Upload and resize an image in Laravel tutorial is ended; in this example, we explained how to resize the image and display the image preview.

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  • shaheryar bhatti

    shaheryar bhatti

    27 Nov 2022 08:08
    Thanks guys! let us know if you have any question.

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