I am currently implementing a form to create and edit products. Apart from a title and price, the user should be able to upload a picture. As far as I see the picture upload have to be wrapped into its own form, am I right? Do you think it would be possible to refactor the (really great!) s3_direct_upload plugin so that it doesn't require a form but operates on a div instead (as discussed in blueimp/jQuery-File-Upload#76 , for example)? Or am I missing something?
Since the form is not actually submitting to the server you can submit the form and pass the returned url to a second form's hidden field.
Hope that helps,
👍 for this it would be nice to be able so specify this on a specific field and not need a form
My plugin allows for multiple upload fields in form, and supports nested forms:
My issue too 👎
@facundofarias Just use @sheerun ' s3_file_field, it's working perfectly for me....
@lacco Mmmm I see.
I will give it a try! Thanks
What about the IE support!? Is it better!?
It would be nice to see a fix for nesting the s3_uploader_form in other forms. It's really an issue working with forms with other fields
Any chance this has been solved cleanly? :)
I thnk you'd better end up using https://github.com/odysseyscience/react-s3-uploader