jQuery File Upload for Rails
jQuery-File-Plugin is a file upload plugin written by Sebastian Tschan. jQuery File Upload features multiple file selection, drag&drop support, progress bars and preview images for jQuery. Supports cross-domain, chunked and resumable file uploads and client-side image resizing.
jquery-fileupload-rails is a library that integrates jQuery File Upload for Rails 3.1 Asset Pipeline (Rails 3.2 supported).
- jQuery File Upload Plugin v9.11.2
Require jquery-fileupload in your app/assets/application.js file.
//= require jquery-fileupload
The snippet above will add the following js files to the manifest file.
//= require jquery-fileupload/vendor/jquery.ui.widget //= require jquery-fileupload/vendor/tmpl //= require jquery-fileupload/vendor/load-image.all.min //= require jquery-fileupload/vendor/canvas-to-blob //= require jquery-fileupload/jquery.iframe-transport //= require jquery-fileupload/jquery.fileupload //= require jquery-fileupload/jquery.fileupload-process //= require jquery-fileupload/jquery.fileupload-image //= require jquery-fileupload/jquery.fileupload-audio //= require jquery-fileupload/jquery.fileupload-video //= require jquery-fileupload/jquery.fileupload-validate //= require jquery-fileupload/jquery.fileupload-ui //= require jquery-fileupload/locale //= require jquery-fileupload/jquery.fileupload-angular //= require jquery-fileupload/jquery.fileupload-jquery-ui //= require jquery-fileupload/cors/jquery.postmessage-transport //= require jquery-fileupload/cors/jquery.xdr-transport
If you only need the basic files, just add the code below to your application.js file. Basic setup guide
//= require jquery-fileupload/basic
The basic setup only includes the following files:
//= require jquery-fileupload/vendor/jquery.ui.widget //= require jquery-fileupload/jquery.iframe-transport //= require jquery-fileupload/jquery.fileupload
You can also require the following to get the js from the Basic-Plus, AngularJS and jQuery UI Examples:
//= require jquery-fileupload/basic-plus //= require jquery-fileupload/angularjs //= require jquery-fileupload/jquery-ui
Using the stylesheet
Require the stylesheet file to app/assets/stylesheets/application.css
*= require jquery.fileupload *= require jquery.fileupload-ui
*= require jquery.fileupload-noscript *= require jquery.fileupload-ui-noscript
Using the middleware
jquery.iframe-transport fallback transport has some special caveats regarding the response data type, http status, and character encodings.
jquery-fileupload-rails includes a middleware that handles these inconsistencies seamlessly. If you decide to use it, create an initializer that adds the middleware to your application's middleware stack.
This app uses paperclip and twitter-bootstrap-rails
You can also check out Ryan Bate's RailsCast jQuery File Upload episode. You will need a pro account to watch it though.
Thanks to Sebastian Tschan for writing an awesome file upload plugin.
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