Integrate Matias Meno's Dropzone awesome file upload JS library right into the Asset pipeline of your Rails apps.
The latest version of this gem bundles Dropzone v3.8.4.
dropzonejs-rails to your Gemfile and, as you already know,
bundle it and then restart your Rails app:
# On your Gemfile gem 'dropzonejs-rails'
$ bundle install
After that, you need to make
dropzone.js available on your pages. To do that, you can add it to your
application.js file, like this:
//= require dropzone
And if you would like to use one of the styles bundled with Dropzone, add to your
*= require dropzone/basic
*= require dropzone/dropzone
And Bam! - you're all set.
Go to this secret place.
- Create a Pull Request.
DO NOT - I repeat - DO NOT bump version numbers. Unless you really need to.
rake checkto see if there is a newer version of Dropzone available.
- If 1. tells you to do so, run
rake get- it'll download the files four you.
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