Friday, December 9th, 2005

Live Upload Progress Widget

Category: Component

Sean Treadway has a cool live upload progress demo.

The example is implemented on Ruby on Rails.

upload-widget

Posted by Dion Almaer at 9:11 am
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What about non ruby version of the code?

Comment by Arash Z — December 10, 2005

Arash: This method can not be use in php because ruby allows much more access to information on file uploads than php does. Not really a strength or weakness of either suit, just one thing you can do in Rails that can’t be done in php.

Comment by Wesley Walser — December 12, 2005

look the non ruby version there: http://pdoru.from.ro/

Comment by Andrew — December 17, 2005

This has been around for a while (over a month) in perl: http://encodable.com/tech/ajaxupload/

For some reason PHP can’t do this: http://digg.com/programming/AJAX_File-Upload_Progress_Script_w_Easy_Install

Comment by Matthew Motherway — December 23, 2005

This has been around for a while (over a month) in perl: http://encodable.com/tech/ajaxupload/

For some reason PHP can’t do this: http://digg.com/programming/AJAX_File-Upload_Progress_Script_w_Easy_Install

Comment by Matt — December 23, 2005

Hi… I like the client-side code I could see in the demo, and noticed that they were checking the responseText during onrequestchange in order to determine what percentage to set the bar too. Anyonehave any idea how the server side of such a thing could be implemented in ASP?

Comment by Aaron — February 15, 2006

This method can not be use in php because ruby allows much more access to information on file uploads than php does. Not really a strength or weakness of either suit, just one thing you can do in Rails that can’t be done in php.

Comment by katalog — October 14, 2006

Thanks. Good example

Comment by Resim yukle — November 8, 2007

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