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Add <o:inputFile> for multiple upload #235

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BalusC opened this Issue Apr 8, 2016 · 4 comments

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@BalusC BalusC changed the title from <o:inputFile> for multiple upload to Add <o:inputFile> for multiple upload Apr 8, 2016

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Progress bar support would be nice too, but would require HTML5+XHR instead of standard JSF in order to track file sending progress (apart from file saving progress). Also, progress bar requires specific UI while OmniFaces isn't an UI component library. An onprogress attribute which developer could hook a JS callback function on would be more useful.

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BalusC commented Apr 11, 2016

Progress bar support would be nice too, but would require HTML5+XHR instead of standard JSF in order to track file sending progress (apart from file saving progress). Also, progress bar requires specific UI while OmniFaces isn't an UI component library. An onprogress attribute which developer could hook a JS callback function on would be more useful.

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BalusC added a commit that referenced this issue Jul 17, 2016

#235: added o:inputFile along with bunch of Part utility
(todo: document omnifaces-ui.taglib.xml)

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New maxsize attribute with JS validation would be nice too.

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BalusC commented Jul 18, 2016

New maxsize attribute with JS validation would be nice too.

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Investigated progress bar support too. This is unfortunately not trivial to integrate with jsf.ajax.request. It's only possible if synchronous XHR is used but this is in turn discouraged/deprecated.

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BalusC commented Aug 13, 2016

Investigated progress bar support too. This is unfortunately not trivial to integrate with jsf.ajax.request. It's only possible if synchronous XHR is used but this is in turn discouraged/deprecated.

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