Reactive Multiple File Upload

Stable Version 2.0.0 (Compatible with OutSystems 11)
Published on 6 Jul (4 weeks ago) by 
 (7 ratings)

Reactive Multiple File Upload

Multiple file upload for Reactive web applications:
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- Lightweight on network data since it uses DataURL instead of Binary;

- Uses Service Actions to promote Loosely coupling;

- Allows the simultaneous upload of multiple files and of different file types;

- Accepts all file formats since it uses the standard HTML file input element;

- Allows the front end to specify the accepted file types;

- Keeps the page Lightweight since it automatically reads and stores the Files on a temporary table to clear them of as soon as possible;

- The temporary table is cleared daily (timer can be configured in service center);

- Files are deleted depending on how old they are (time span can be configured on the site property)

- Get files binary by their Identifier;

- Allows you to add more files to the temporary table without using the file upload widget, to give you comparability with other functionalities of your app;


Check out this component's version for Web Traditional Applications. It offers low impact on the View State!

What’s new (2.0.0)

Multiple File Upload with Temporary Table:

- Added New events to enable or disable the loading animation with more precision;

- Added Maximum number of files allowed per upload;

- Added Clear all files functionality;

Multiple File Upload Binary:

- Created a brand new block that allows you to get the binary files and manage the upload on your own application, without storing then on this component temporary table;

General improvements:
- Upgraded to the latest OutSystemsUI (version 2.6.9)

- Added Loading Animation block that can be used on other contexts

Reviews (2)
9 Jul (4 weeks ago)
in version 2.0.0
Very helpful
31 May
in version 1.0.7
Thank you team for the wonderful and very useful component, I only wish to add few other features like showing files thumbnail in the uploader and easier adjustment of the delete timer.
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