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Re^3: Upload file- Ajax+Perl

by Anonymous Monk
on Oct 12, 2012 at 22:34 UTC ( #998799=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re^2: Upload file- Ajax+Perl
in thread Upload file- Ajax+Perl

PHP+Ajax File upload examples are available in net. Any Perl+Ajax script available to upload images to server?

Probably. I imagine it'll only take changing three lines in that login example so you're dealing with uploads.

And there are plenty of examples of dealing with uploads in all over this forum ( ?node_id=3989;HIT=ajax%20upload;re=N, ?node_id=3989;HIT=upload;re=N ).

I thought you were looking for help with javascript.

See CGI::Application::Plugin::AJAXUpload

http://ajax.phpmagazine.net/2006/03/cgiajax_using_perl_to_do_ajax.html -> http://sourceforge.net/projects/pjax, Using Ajax from Perl - Perl.com

http://ajax.phpmagazine.net/2005/11/ajax_file_uploader_the_ajax_pr.html ->Upload Progress Bar / AJAX File Uploader: FileChucker

Catalyst::Plugin::UploadProgress


Comment on Re^3: Upload file- Ajax+Perl
Re^4: Upload file- Ajax+Perl
by Mr. Muskrat (Abbot) on Oct 14, 2012 at 17:15 UTC

    I think AM's question of "Any Perl+Ajax script available to upload images to server?" is a fair one. Just look at what you replied with. One example for CGI::Application, one example for Catalyst, one sourceforge project from 2005, one Perl.com article from 2006 and a big ball of mud from encodable.com*. I'm really surprised that no has written up a nice post how to do this with Modern Perl yet.

    * Yeah, I've seen it. I wouldn't recommend it to my worst enemy. It's all of encodable.com's products rolled into one horrifying file.

    Update: I missed the Catalyst link initially.

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