PHP API: get informations about the uploaded file (size, name, location…)
File already existing on the server can be automatically renamed
Large file upload (1GB+) supported
Support the creation of multiple alternative drop zone for file
Limit the number of files being uploaded
Limit the size per file or for all the files
Lightweight, with no external dependencies
Include working examples to avoid starting from scratch
Flexible and fully configurable
Complete documentation included
Internet Explorer 10+
Please note that this script actually runs on older versions of those browsers but some features may not work on them.
The following devices are also supported:
Iphone and Ipad (with IOS 6.1+)
Windows Phone (with Internet Explorer Mobile 10+)
Android Phone (with Android 4.1+)
Support and Updates
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03/22/2016 – Version 1.1
ADDED: debug mode for the client side script
ADDED: 2 options to send GET or POST datas with each file being uploaded
ADDED: a function to the PHP API to remove temporary files older than 24h
FIXED: Corrected a bug where the file canceled by the client would not get deleted by the server
FIXED: Corrected a bug where uploads would failed if too many files were added at the same time
FIXED: Corrected both examples that contained an error preventing them to work correctly
FIXED: Corrected some minor bugs
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