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Class: 100% PHP Uploader
Track the progress of file upload with Web sockets
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Date: 11 years ago
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Pure PHP uploader with progress bar! BEWARE: this is not for the faint hearted! if you don't know anything about HTTP requests and/or configuring your php-instance then pls stop reading and get back to school. This class is just a concept, it's usable, but certainly not production ready! This is an implementation of a 100% PHP upload manager. I've often broken my head to find a neat solution for this subject, and finally wrote one that's not too hard too manage and understand. The main goal was that it would be small. I started work on the socket abstraction part when I found out that in the upcoming PHP 5.4 release there will be upload progress functionality included. (late but ok). The latter is the reason I quit development of this little gem. If anybody feels like having a version with abstracted sockets then pls contact me. how to use this: 1. Put everything in a folder on your web server 2. Make sure the folder is writable and accessible with a browser. 3. Point your browser to this folder You should be up and running! pls. note that files are uploaded to the current folder! I've tested this with: - PHP 5.2.14 and Apache/2.2.14 (Unix) - PHP 5.3.6 and Apache/2.2.20 (Unix) - Firefox and Safari both on Mac OSX - Firefox and IE7 both on Windows XP considerations: Now when I think about this I would like to make a new implementation more proxy-a-like: http-proxy with status monitoring, this way we can project status for any kind of http request, not just multipart form uploads.