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Reactive Multiple File Upload

Stable version 2.0.2 (Compatible with OutSystems 11)
Uploaded on 11 Aug by 
4.8
 (8 ratings)
multiple-file-upload-reactive

Reactive Multiple File Upload

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[TUTORIAL - https://youtu.be/XbzyI8KLVRg ] Multiple file upload for Reactive web applications:
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MulitpleFileUpload:

- 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;


FileUpload_BinaryData component:

This component allows you to get the binary files and manage the upload on your own application, without storing them on the component temporary table (as happens on MultipleFileUpload component).


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

What’s new (2.0.2)
  • Fixed bug that made uploading files possible when the initial state of the component was disabled;
  • OutSystemsUI update;
Reviews (3)
2021-08-13
in version 2.0.1
Great component
2021-07-09
in version 2.0.0
Very helpful
2021-05-31
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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