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|uploader-class 1.0||The PHP License||5||HTTP, PHP 5, Files and Folders, AJAX|
This class can generate upload forms and handle uploaded files.
The uploader-class attempts to greatly reduce the amount of code required to make uploading files possible in php.
The code required to produce an upload form is as follows:
<script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/3.2.1/jquery.min.js"></script> <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/skeleton/2.0.4/skeleton.min.css"/> <?php //First we require our uploader class require("/uploader.php"); //Then we create a new instance of the uploader class $upload=new \uploader\upload(__DIR__."/uploads/",array("image/png","image/jpeg"),"test1","next.php"); //finally we get the html for that segment echo $upload->get_html_segment(); ?>
When the file is uploaded to the server, using ajax, an endpoint has to be available so the file can be validated. It is recommended this php file is not hidden behind any .htaccess rules. The example code for this file is as follows:
<?php require("/uploader.php"); //Headers cannot be sent before this point //Simply call the handle upload function and any uploads will be automatically verified (The function will exit on it being called). \uploader\handle_upload(); ?>
A class to allow for upload of files to specified locations on the given server. Should handle all client and sever side interaction during upload of files via AJAX.This includes:
string$dir_to_upload_to* gives a specified upload directory string$accepted_datatypesA list of the accepted datatypes (must be in mime format without "" wildcards) string$file_name* The file name that should be held as the name of the file upon it being uploaded string$upload_endpoint* The endpoint the upload handle should try to upload information to. number$max_size* maximum accepted size of file uploaded(in bytes)
1. File uploaded automatically overwrite other files. This is true of all defined mime types. 2. Mime-types need to be used carefully , the "*" wildcard cannot be used in any capacity. Only direct mime types can be given. 3. The php_fileinfo extention needs to be enabled.
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