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FileUploadClient - client to simplify upload process for AppCenter needs using Microsoft file upload service


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JavaScript API Reference

After importing, file-upload-client module could be used by calling upload method, accepting the following object:

interface IFileUploadClientSettings {
  assetId: string;
  assetDomain: string;
  assetToken: string;
  filePath: string;
  useLogging?: boolean;

  onProgressChanged?(progress: IProgress): void;
  onMessage?(errorMessage: string, MessageLevel: MessageLevel): void;
  onStateChanged?(status: FileUploadServiceState): void;

NOTE: assetId/assetDomain/assetToken should be provided by File Upload Service.

The upload events adds useful hooks to track upload process.

File Upload client public methods avaliable:

  • [upload]: Uploads file by providing relevant information fetched from Upload Service:
const fileUploadData = {
  assetId: "",
  assetToken: "",
  assetUploadDomian: ""

Example Usage:

new FileUploadClient().upload(<IFileUploadClientSettings>{
  onMessage: (uploadMessage: string, messageLevel: MessageLevel) => {
    console.log(`Upload message:  ${uploadMessage}`);
  onProgressChanged: (progressData: IProgress) => {
    console.log(`Upload progress: ${progressData.percentCompleted}`);
  assetId: fileUploadData.assetId,
  assetDomain: fileUploadData.assetUploadDomian,
  assetToken: fileUploadData.assetToken,
  filePath: FILE_PATH
}).then((uploadResult: IUploadResults) => {
  console.log("Wow, upload completed, use this URL to download file: ", uploadResult.downloadUrl);
}).catch((error: FileUploadError) => {
  console.log('An error occured: ', error.message);
  • [cancel]: Cancel current upload:

Example Usage:

const uploadClient = new FileUploadClient({ ... });
uploadClient.upload( { ... });
  • [isUploadInProgress]: Check if upload is already in progress:

Example Usage:

const uploadClient = new FileUploadClient({ ... });
const isInProgress = uploadClient.isUploadInProgress();




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