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🗃 New plugin - Multi-Uploader [BUBBLE AWS + UPLOADCARE + FILESTACK + AZURE] BIG Update: 11/06/2018


#103

Hey, I know you’ve been super busy. Was just wondering whether you had re-considered potentially adding the uploadcare widget, since you haven’t had the time to include the different upload sources features natively? If not, it’s totally cool, still a great plugin.


#104


#105

Sent you a PM.

Regards.


#106

Hey @yusaney1

Hope you are well.

Just wondering if you’ve had a chance to look at my past post with processing images with Imgix?

Many thanks,


#107

Update: 11/06/2018 – BIG UPDATE !! MUST READ BEFORE UPDATING!! – THIS UPDATE CAN BREAK YOUR APP.

Dear customers, finally today we release version 2.0 of Multi-Uploader plugin! As this is a big update, we recommend read all the post before updating to the last version, cause this update requires some changes in your app before continue using the plugin, so can break your app after updating.

  • Modified attach_to option (This only works on Bubble AWS). If the attach_to is not enabled will NOT use the attached_to property.
  • Fixed one of the major issues that were causing problems with pop-ups and hidden groups. (see additional notes).
  • Now the uploader has a native collapse/expand which increase the plugin stability and the uploads in 40%.
  • Now the uploader is initialized through workflow which speeds your page in the case the plugin is not being used. (see additional notes).
  • Now you can use :imgix options to your files/images.
  • Now the result is a file.
  • Updated Azure server uploads.
  • Uploader is now an input.
  • Id is not required anymore.
  • Re-designed again entire code.

** UPDATED DEMO PAGE ** : https://redubleplugins.bubbleapps.io/multi-uploader

Additional notes

  1. Now the uploader is initialized through a workflow.
    How to use:
  • Case 1: If the uploader is in a hidden group/pop-up: Create a condition that will run only ONE TIME when the group/popup comes visible -> Initialize uploader:

  • Case 2: If the uploader is in the body page/visible group: just load on the page load:

@blake1, @luke2


#108

Thanks @yusaney1 for the changes. I have just upgraded and added a workflow to initiate the plugin.

I have an issue though when I go to upload some photos (JPG’s)

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Here are my settings on the element
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Any ideas as to why it is not uploading the selected images? Thanks in advance.


#109

@luke2 sent you a PM.


#110

Minor Update: 11/07/2018 –

  • Fixed bug related to filetype validation.
  • Fixed bug related to image size validation.

@luke2


#111

Hey @yusaney1

Thanks for the fix, but I seem to have another issue now with photos not uploading. I can browse and add photos to the uploader, but will just keep ‘loading’ with no upload on the file manager.

GIF below:
error-uploaders

The element settings are still the same from my past PM.

Cheers


#112

After some testing, the issue appears to be when checking ‘Allow image resize’. When checked it will continue to state ‘loading’ - but when unchecked it loads the images in fine and uploads successfully. Hope this helps debug the issue @yusaney1

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#113

Minor Update: 11/08/2018 –

  • Fixed bug related to Image Resize.

@luke2


#114

All tested and working perfectly :+1:

Working nicely with Imgix too.

One last thing that would be nice to have on board is adding a state When ‘This Uploader’s Max Files’…so that if a user tries to upload more files that is set/allowed when can have a error message or alert appear.
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But really happy with the way the plugin works, so quick and easy to use.


#115

Really pleased with the plugin - but one query?

How do I access the uploaded file’s file size - have tried everything I can think of bit just cannot find it?


#116

Hello @MartinFigg, thanks for your feedback! We really appreciate it.

About your question, you mean you want to get the filesize returned by the plug-in after the upload?

Regards.


#117

Hi

Yes - I need to be able to save the individual file size of the uploaded file, like we can with the native uploader.


#118

Let me check that if it’s not already in our next update, and if not will add it for sure.

Regards.

PS: What would be the best format? Bytes, KB or MB?


#119

Thanks very much - brilliant plugin and brilliant service!


#120

Personally KB would be best


#121

Tracking the file size would be a very useful addition - I agree KB would be the preferred option.
Cheers


#122

Hi @yusaney1

I have noticed that the plugin has stopped working as when the plugin element is on a page, it just hangs and generates errors (as demo seems affected), please see below:

Please could a fix be deployed swiftly as our site relies upon this component. Cheers.