v 1.2 released!
v 1.2 released!
In the uploader when i put a file in the grid the upload starts automatically. I have a form with a awesomeuploader, i need to put files in the grid, but just upload the files when i click in the submit form. Is this possible? If the answer is positive, how is this done...
Another question, the awesomeuploader don't have REMOVE files from grid... Once again, it is possible to implement this, and how?
Thanks in advance,
The AwesomeUploader suffers from two fatal flaws:
- Tight component coupling.
- Code duplication.
First, I propose dividing the ux into Uploader part and UI part. Saki has done it with his Ext.ux.FileUploader. This would allow for using the Uploader in a totally different user interface.
Second, I propose merging the common code for handling different types of upload into separate methods.
I agree that there is tight coupling between the ui and the upload features in this component. That was because I wanted a complete component all in one package. In the future I will make this a bit more decoupled so the uploading features can be used separately from the ui.
I am not sure where I have excessive code duplication. Can you show me where? I spent quite a bit of time to avoid duplication, but there are many similar functions for the various upload features that would have required making one function far too generalized.
great job, thanks for sharing mate!
Has complete testing been done with ExtJS 3.3.1? I plan to download it and try it out but I'm not sure how extensively it has already been tested.
Does anyone know the reason the Browse button doesn't display on the dialog where everythig else displays fine? The example on the site works fine.
I'm using Firefox 3.6.13.
Can you provide more details? I would be glad to help you get up and running.
It songs really awsome, I have a question about it: what about Linux desktops? Is Firefox for (for eg.) Ubuntu Linux support that d&d technic that the component used?
Thanks for your answer - I'm keep tracking on the thread!
I'm not really sure to be honest.
From what I understand linux versions of firefox and chrome do not support drag and drop.
I'll do some testing with the latest Ubuntu and see if it works. Stay tuned!