jQuery-File-Upload | File Upload widget with multiple file selection | File Upload library
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kandi X-RAY | jQuery-File-Upload Summary
File Upload widget with multiple file selection, drag&drop support, progress bars, validation and preview images, audio and video for jQuery. Supports cross-domain, chunked and resumable file uploads and client-side image resizing. Works with any server-side platform (PHP, Python, Ruby on Rails, Java, Node.js, Go etc.) that supports standard HTML form file uploads.
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- Create scaled image
- Create scaled image .
- orient image
- Handles file upload .
- Perform a POST request .
- Validate uploaded file .
- Validate uploaded image .
- Create scaled image .
- Flip an image
- Send the file to the browser
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(Downloadable Project code Upload Images with Title and Description (vb.net)
Originated from "blueimp/jQuery-File-Upload")
I am working on this Image Upload project with some text fields to insert their values into a database.
The working example above is without the database.
Upload Images with Title and Description.
The fields are shown on the page when the images are loaded.
However, they duplicate the values on all images when uploaded, as I am uncertain about handling the list of populated fields.
In the project, WebForm1.aspx, in the template-upload portion.
I added the following for the fields to appear when images are uploaded. In asp classic, we would add a number or field identifier to the field ID to pass to our code-behind. However, I am uncertain how to add that here. I could add the image name to the id, as it would change for each image added. But I could not get that to work.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-03 at 13:09
Updated and Working
Updated the code in the WebForm1.aspx to the following.
The main focus is on these lines.
I have re-written 2 applications that uses older versions of Rails v3.2 and 4.2 to current Rails 126.96.36.199 In both applications cases I have everything working properly EXCEPT for the picture upload. At first I couldn't get the s3_direct_upload to work properly. Now it appears to be working, I get the progress bars starting but I get this darn POST 403 (Forbidden) error (it has the URL in the middle of the error). The s3_direct_upload gem basically just packages up the jQuery-file-upload gem to make it easier to implement after looking at its source code.
What is strange in my case is I know it isn't a CORS issues because I am using the very same buckets, keys and everything that are CURRENTLY STILL WORKING in the original versions of these applications that still work on Heroku. Code is virtually the same the only change is the new version of Rails. BOTH give me the exact same error. IN both apps I can view pictures just fine. IT can access the buckets with the same keys ID and everything else.
I then tried and made a sample app that uses the jQuery-file-upload gem (separate from the s3_direct_upload gem) as I wanted to verify if it was the s3_direct_upload gem causing the issue OR if it is the jQuery-file-upload gem that is causing the issues.
I made a Rails 6 version of this app and got it all working and to my horror, it is giving me the EXACT SAME ISSUE, POST 403 (Forbidden) error.
Here is the full error from the console. (I put MYBUCKET in caps where my bucket name would be)...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-10 at 17:46
The problem on this turned out to be in the way s3_direct_upload was creating the upload FORM. It was adding a part to the form with $utf8 which apparently at some point was no longer allowed. IN the s3_direct_upload gem v0.1.7 in the /app/lib/form_helper.rb in the method def policy_data method this line had to be removed from the method:
I need to use a Bootstrap CSS in 4.6 as global level for every page, but on a section of one page, we need to use a 3rd party tool that uses Bootstrap CSS 3.7. Upgrading to 4.6 breaks the 3rd party tool.
Is it possible to make both versions coexist without affecting other sections of the page?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-06 at 12:55
No, it is not possible.
Frameworks are consistent software that needs CSS + JS working together to get results.
In another hand, BS4 changes a lot against BS3.
So, the short answer is NO.
I have a task to edit one of our older companny asp.NET MVC app, where we uploading files using flash (uploadify) to this times. But now, we want to use Blueimp jQuery-File-Upload basic plugin.
Everything works perfect, but there is problem with unwanted submit button, which is generated (I believe) from plugin script itself.
Do you have any ideas, how to prevent genereting of this button?
Screenshot from app:
Blue area = span (class fileInputButton) which I use as a button for opening file browser window
Green area = unwanted submit button, which is generated from blueimp script
When I'm searching element on the page in browser, the result is that green area is #file-upload-button button type and come from fileupload input which is in partial cshtml view:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-26 at 12:38
Thanks to comment by @Rory McCrossan I have a solution. All what I had to do was edit my CSS for hiding original file input and aply that CSS in partial cshtml.
I was refactoring jQuery file upload to Axios.
When jQuery file upload making a request(upload a jpg file), I've noticed this kind of payload in Chrome dev tools
If I want to make the same payload as jQuery file upload did in Axios, I will have to do this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Dec-08 at 10:30
Why jQuery File Upload using the brackets "files" in formData key?
As far as the client is concerned, the brackets are arbitrary parts of the name.
You could use
bob and it wouldn't make any difference to the client except for the
name= part of the
Content-Disposition header in the payload.
The server on the other hand might give special meaning to
PHP, for example, will take the values from all the fields with the same name ending in
 and put them into an array. Given multiple fields with the same name that doesn't end in
 it will discard all but the last one.
Some other form processes libraries have adopted this convention. The Node.js
body-parser module supports it as an optional feature with the
extended parameter. It isn't universal though.
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