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ASP.NET server example #1115

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@timabell

Hiya, great work on the plugin!

I've added a start on an asp.net server side example.

The upload part works, the re-dislpay does not yet, but it should be a good start for anyone using the plugin in .NET

I'm counting this as being under the same license as the original source.

Yours

Tim

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This will help people quickly try it out.
Normally I wouldn't recommend checking in the binaries.
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@blueimp
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Thanks very much for your contribution, Tim.
I highly encourage forking this project to add additional server-side implementations.
However, I only plan to incorporate server-side implementations into the master branch that I'm willing to support myself.

I've added your project repository to the list of ASP.NET implementations on the wiki here:
https://github.com/blueimp/jQuery-File-Upload/wiki

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@timabell

Thanks for looking, I'd completely missed that section on the wiki (doh!), oh well lesson learned. I've added a bit more detail to that section to help people like me choose between the various contributions. They are all good and have all taken different approaches.

I would like to respectfully ask you if you would think about pulling in useful examples that you don't necessarily wish to support directly. I respect your choice and understand why you've made it, but it might help us .net people out if you should decide to pull in a good example. My guess is that if there is no negative impact on the code you personally support then there is no downside to this decision, and if someone spots a bug or isn't happy with the .net back-end you could redirect them to the original author. I recommend having a listen to Linus's google talk http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4XpnKHJAok8 (around 25mins+ or better still the whole thing) for some extra background on my thinking.

All the best, and just trying to help out. Tim

@blueimp
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The downside for me is that when I include code in the repository I have the obligation to keep it up to date.
Even if I just merge upstream patches I should at least test it myself but although C# is an interesting language I don't have a .NET development environment setup on my machine (.NET doesn't support OSX).

I didn't watch the YouTube video, but I really like Git and one of its best features is that it is decentralized.
So in my opinion there is nothing speaking against different server implementations being maintained by different developers in different repositories.

But I might also change my mind one day and incorporate yours or another ASP.NET solution into the master branch.
Just now, I choose not to, simply for keeping my workload for maintaining this project as low as possible (and it's already way too high).

@timabell

Cool :-) thanks for the info

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    …ndy.
    
    This will help people quickly try it out.
    Normally I wouldn't recommend checking in the binaries.
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