@shawntaylor how do I do this?
I think you need an external FTP server ( “s3 bucket” or “gs bucket” etc. ) because the 2gb of SSD provided by an $8/month glitch pro sub with ( non-sudo?) access to terminal makes hosting a photo database difficult, however, you can npm or yarn i stuff, so maybe you can find a js based one?
I only started using glitch 5 seconds ago so maybe someone else has a more informative answer.
You could try services like Netlify or Zeit now. I think one of them has 100gb bandwith limit but photos on average are like 5mb each.
Netlify’s free plan has 100gb of bandwidth which should be able to hold photos. I thought photos were 2mb at most. It really depends of the quality of the photos you are storing.
And the format and pixels
also check out the starter project on glitch eg
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