Many developers despise dealing with file uploads. This can be attributed to a lack of knowledge about the best approach to take or difficulties determining how to configure their NestJS application to handle file uploads. Many people may want to save their files directly to a MySQL database, or save image names and have the image saved on disk storage: it all depends on their preferences and the goals they want to achieve. This tutorial will teach you how to build a file uploading functionality using NestJS and MySQL.

Prerequisites

Before you begin following this tutorial, ensure your system meets the following requirements:

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