kandi X-RAY | ng-file-upload Summary
kandi X-RAY | ng-file-upload Summary
Lightweight Angular directive to upload files with optional FileAPI shim for cross browser support
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Add dropdown handler to drop
- Link select handler .
- Sends an HTTP request .
- Extract files from a set of files
- Read a tag value .
- Read the EXIF data
- validate async function
- Create file directive
- Apply transform function
- traverse directory tree
ng-file-upload Key Features
ng-file-upload Examples and Code Snippets
npm install ng-file-upload
Upload on form submit or button click Single Image with validations Select Multiple files Select Drop files: Drop submit Upload right away after file selection: Uplo
Trending Discussions on ng-file-upload
I want to create a simple file upload endpoint in ASP.NET Core 6 and thought it would be as easy as described here https://dotnetthoughts.net/handling-file-uploads-in-openapi-with-aspnet-core/.
When I have an endpoint defined like:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-17 at 08:27
Currently out of the box support for binding in Minimal APIs is quite limited. Supported binding sources:
- Route values
- Query string
- Body (as JSON)
- Services provided by dependency injection
NOTE: Binding from forms is not natively supported in .NET 6
You can either leverage custom binding or use special types handling:
I am migrating from log4j1.x to log4j2 due to recent vulnerability. It seems another dependency is referencing the the old log4j1.x file.
In addition to removing old log4j1.x file I added log4j-core, log4j-api, and log4j-1.2-api all version 2.16. I looked up documentation https://logging.apache.org/log4j/2.x/manual/migration.html for migration and thought the last jar file log4j-1.2-api would solve the issue of unrelated libraries that were dependent on log4j1.x
I am having difficulty figuring out if I have to update the org.glassfish dependendies. As you can see from my pom.xml file I also tried updating jersey-server jar but to no avail.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-11 at 10:58
Documentum DFC requires log4j (the 1st version), therefore you can't remove this dependency.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-12 at 23:14
() in the function declaration of
test, and there were a couple of
document.getElementById's for non-existent html elements with non-existent functions.
See below, it works perfectly fine.
I don't seem to be able to figure out why this is not working
My Hapi.js index.ts looks like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-27 at 09:15
You can do either of the following:
I am facing the issue while using ng-file-upload in angularjs. Even though the uploading is in process in backend (node-js code), chrome times out after 2 minutes and throws net::ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE. I tried adding timeout...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Nov-13 at 06:04
I solved this issue by providing a request timeout in the node api call.
I am creating an SP webpart using SPFX. The webpart needs to be able to upload multiple files either using one button or several buttons (one for each file).
I am trying to use this: https://pnp.github.io/pnpjs/sp/attachments/#add-multiple
But it doesn't show how to use it with React states. You see, I want to be able to save the file upload into state, so it can then be submitted using a button. That's when it is attached to the list item in SP. I then want the webpart to be able to display the attached item when the user clicks back on this item. This is why I need to use state.
I have read this: React SPFx - Adding files to SharePoint list field using PnPjs
But they are not clear.
Can someone provide an example of how to use the pnpjs attachments with a React component class using state?...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-11 at 09:57
My test code for your reference:
i'm building an hybrid angular app and i have a problem with my dropdown menu. It doesn't open, instead, it redirect me. I think the dependency are loaded in the correct order. I'm using bootstrap 3.1.1 and jquery 2.1.3. This is the html code i refer to:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-24 at 07:51
tag has a href which will redirect you to the path
Hint: You can use a
to bind the click event function.
If you are only limited to use
tag, please try this method which I got reference from above post.
I am wondering, if it is possible to read the Exif metadata that is attached to image files to read the geolocation using the ng-file-upload library.
There are options (e.g. ngf-fix-orientation) that make use of the meta data of the Exif object. But, after selecting the file, it doesn't contain any exif information anymore.
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Feb-25 at 10:28
No vulnerabilities reported
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