nobody knows my last creation?
full example with PHP back end in the zip.
P.S. ... just in case ... the first upload progress for PHP with Ajax and NO
APC ( ages ago, still me: http://www.devpro.it/upload_progress/ )
Flash FileReference porting ... still me, before SWFUpload solution or others
Flash based: http://www.devpro.it/FileReference/
Finally, last attemp before noswfupload, jQuery plus APC for uplaod progress
I kinda worked with "uploaders" since I used bottle I guess :D
> Date: Wed, 22 Apr 2009 08:20:28 -0500
> From: halip...@gmail.com
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: [PHP] Re: Suggestions of some good, simple file upload 'in
> progress' code?
> On Tue, Apr 21, 2009 at 11:35 PM, Michael Shadle <mike...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > On Tue, Apr 21, 2009 at 9:02 PM, scubak1w1 <sk...@spamcop.net> wrote:
> >> ""scubak1w1"" <sk...@spamcop.net> wrote in message
> >> news:cf.13.21597.2ee8e...@pb1.pair.com...
> >>> Hello,
> >>> Can someone pass on some suggestions of some good, simple file upload 'in
> >>> progress' code?
> >>> Maybe as simple as changing the cursor icon for the duration?
> >> [self snip!]
> >> http://www.johnboy.com/about-us/news/a-useful-php-file-upload-progress-meter
> >> seems to be the "cleanest" example I can find - would this be fair to say?
> > Google Gears makes it very easy and can make it very simple (no
> > webserver configuration required) to basically slice the file up and
> > send chunks via POST - I need to publish all the code and a howto, and
> > Valery has written some code for nginx that might make it alleviate
> > the need for PHP to be involved at all - I have still not tested that
> > though, but the PHP code required is only like 10 lines or so, the
> > can make it match your UI perfectly by filling in div tags or whatever
> > else you want (works great with jQuery)
> > Actually I have a demo, not the cleanest code if you view the source
> > but you get the idea. It also works over NFS with multiple webservers
> > writing to the same file (I have 3 webservers behind LVS so
> > technically your request could be going to any of them)
> > http://mikehost.com/~mike/tmp/u/ <- frontend and view source to see gears +
> > js
> > http://mikehost.com/~mike/tmp/u/temp.php.txt <- server side piece
> > I can't find the latest/cleanest code, but it gives you an idea.
> Given the fact that Gears requires a client-side installation, has an
> awful penetration percentage, and his original solution is all
> server-side (though it does require APC and YUI-JS), I wouldn't say
> this is a very good suggestion. Compared to what he has already found,
> the Gears solution is not "clean" by any stretch of the imagination.
> I believe the link you posted is a very elegant solution that does not
> (at first glance) involve Flash objects or Java applets. I'm a little
> disappointed that a particular JS framework is necessary, but that's
> just the nature of the beast with this sort of thing. If I were you,
> I'd run with the "native" PHP solution you've already found. Maybe you
> can even crack open the JS and find a way to do it with your favorite
> framework as opposed to YUI...
> My 2c,
> // Todd
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