kandi X-RAY | vue-filepond Summary
kandi X-RAY | vue-filepond Summary
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I've been trying to debug this super weird issue. Got a project where I am trying to install a private repository with the
This does not work when it's in an existing project but does when it's a newly created project that's just been created with
The existing project is in
/app and the new project is in
/opt (for testing purposes)
npm add git+ssh://email@example.com:company/repository.git in
/app returns with:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-24 at 08:02
Try in your Dockerfile to set
I am trying to use filepond for my assignment, but I can't get exifdata from photos.
for example, as I expected...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Aug-16 at 06:27
FilePond doesn't read EXIF data it only corrects the orientation header parameter so images can be oriented correctly on older browsers.
You could use Exif-JS combined with FilePond to read EXIF data. https://github.com/exif-js/exif-js
beforeAddFile hook to read the EXIF data and add it to the file item.
I have a nuxt frontend using the vue-filepond adapter, users have the option to upload images with there post. This is then send to a laravel API that will handle the request....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jul-02 at 09:12
Figured it out thanks to kissu and reading through filePond's docs.
Im trying to upload an image with vue-filepond in nuxt i setup filepond like this in my contact-form.vue :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-21 at 16:50
You cannot upload it locally aka
http://localhost/upload, since there is not server waiting for an upload at this endpoint. You need a service for this one and cannot just upload a file like this (to my knowledge). And even if it somehow works, you could not have it working on production since people will not have a localhost when visiting your website.
Looking on the Vue framework documentation page, you need to pass a
server prop. Then, you can pretty much configure it to your need or post it yourself when you have the files themselves thanks to
The API Server documentation is giving some example of configuration:
While trying to upload image with
vue-filepond, I found the process confusing. The
files prop is not saving the file after I upload an image.
Here is some code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Feb-22 at 19:41
files prop is intended to preload files. It doesn't get updated with files you actually drop onto the component.
To see which files are processed (uploaded), listen to the
processfile event. To see which files were added (but not yet processed), listen to the
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-18 at 09:09
So after trying a lot out, it seems like there's a bug with
vue-filepond, where custom Header-Functions are only applied, when uploading files with
fileSize > chunkSize.
I opened an issue and Rik provided a workaround for the time being (https://github.com/pqina/vue-filepond/issues/193).
I have an API endpoint which works on PUT Request to update User info such as user avatar. This API is built on Django. In my Frontend, I'm using NUXT to upload the file using FilePond, I did the following:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Aug-07 at 12:35
You need to define the
server prop on the component. You can use
v-bind:server="myServer" and then add it to your component data.
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