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- Basic plugin
- Browser support
- CakePHP Setup for Ver. 2.*.*
- Chunked file uploads
- Client side Image Resizing
- Complete code example using blueimp jQuery file upload control in Asp.Net.
- Cross domain uploads
- Demo implementation
- Drag and drop uploads from another web page
- Drop zone effects
- Example project using Carrierwave and Rails
- Extended progress information
- Fixing Safari hanging on very high speed connections (1Gbps)
- Force re upload of last chunk
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Google App Engine
- Google App Engine Java
- How to submit additional form data
- How to submit additional form data and save to database
- How to use jQuery File Upload with RequireJS
- IE10 Drag n Drop fix for .net
- jQuery File Upload 6.5 with CodeIgniter 2.1
- Jquery file upload 8.8.5,with codeigniter 2.1.x
- jQuery File Upload 9.5 with CodeIgniter 2.1.4
- jQuery File Upload Codeigniter 2.1.4
- jQuery File Upload, Multi file upload with CodeIgniter
- JSON Response
- Latest jQuery File Upload easy integration with codeigniter
- Multiple File Input Fields in One Form
- Multiple File Upload Widgets on the same page
- Performance Optimizations
- PHP MSSQL Database Intigration SQLSRV Functions
- PHP MySQL database integration
- PHP Remote File Copy
- PHP Session Upload Progress
- PHP Subfolder example
- PHP user directories
- Plugin extensions
- Plugin files
- Process queue API examples
- Rails setup for V5
- Rails setup for V6
- Rails setup for V6 (multiple)
- S3 upload php
- Style Guide
- Submit files asynchronously
- Template Engine
- Upload directly to S3
- Upload multiple resolutions of one image with multiple resize options
- Upload to different folder and edit option from database
- Uploading to nginx using the nginx upload module
- Uploading to nginx using the nginx upload module with php_handler
- What is the maximum length of a url
- Working with databases
- Zend framework
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The uploaded files are publicly accessible, but without a public file listing nobody will see your test uploads, if you don't forward someone the rather cryptic download links.
Every file will be automatically deleted after 5 minutes, but might be longer accessible due to caching.
You can find the complete source code for the client (GitHub Pages) and server-side (App Engine) implementations in the master branch of this project (which is in sync with the gh-pages branch).
The App Engine source code is located in the server/gae-python and server/gae-go folders.
Originally, the demo had been built for the Python runtime of Google App Engine, but it's since been rebuilt for the Go Runtime Environment.
You can also find an example PHP based server-side implementation under the server/php folder that can be run on any typical PHP webhosting platform.
All implementations can be run in cross-site scenarios, which means the HTML pages can be hosted on a different domain than the upload handlers.
e.g. the App Engine demo runs on jquery-file-upload.appspot.com, while the upload form is hosted on blueimp.github.com.
All implementations support every available File Upload plugin option (see Options documentation), with the exception of non-multipart and chunked uploads, which have not been implemented for the Google App Engine and Node.js versions.