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Large file upload handler: Looking for class that will handle large file uploads

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Large file upload handler

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by Keith Wallis - 2 years ago (2015-09-16)

Looking for class that will handle large file uploads

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Looking for class that will handle large file uploads including giving information to the user as it progresses.

Ideally something that can also handle lost packets, dropped connections and is production ready.

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PHP Multi File Uploader: Validate and process one or more file uploads

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by MOUSTAFA MOHAMMED ELGAMMAL package author package author Reputation 185 - 1 year ago (2016-02-29) Comment

you should check you php.info for MAXSIZE


PHP 5.4 Session Upload Progress Bar: Track the progress of file uploads using sessions

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by Johnny Mast Reputation 155 - 1 year ago (2016-02-10) Comment

In php 5.4 and after upload progress is build into php. I am thinking about doing a blogpost + video about this here on phpclasses.org.


PHP Forms Class with HTML Generator and JavaScript Validation: HTML forms generation and validation.

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by Manuel Lemos package author package author Reputation 17400 - 2 years ago (2015-09-21) Comment

This forms generation class comes with a plug-in that can show the progress of file uploads. It relies on a PHP extension named uploadprogress. If you can install it in your server environment it works well. Here is an article explaining a bit how PHP upload progress works.

If you cannot install this extension in your environment, you may be able to deal with upload progress on the browser side in JavaScript.


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