dpd-fileupload

File uploader for Deployd

File uploader Module for Deployd

Check out this repo for a demo of this module.

This module provides functionality to upload files within Deployd. The uploaded files will be stored in the public folder of Deployd and the filenames will be stored in a collection.

Don't hesitate to fill an issue if you find a bug or need a feature.

Go to the base directory of your Deployd project and enter:

$ npm install dpd-fileupload --save

Once installed, you can add a resource of type fileupload in the dashboard.

$ git clone git@github.com:NicolasRitouet/dpd-fileupload.git
cd dpd-fileupload
$ npm install
$ npm link

By default, the module will create a folder called "upload" inside the public directory. You can then access your files by calling: http://localhost:2403/upload/filename.extension

If you need to, you can change the name of the directory in the dashboard under CONFIG.

Method POST or PUT (set content type to "multipart/form-data"), send "subdir" as request param to save the file in a sub directory. Any request parameter sent will be stored in the resource object.

Working demo available here: https://github.com/NicolasRitouet/dpd-fileupload-demo

Response of a successful upload:

[{
    filename: 'screenshot.png',
    subdir: "images",
    creationDate: 1389946339569,
    id: '2f4c752310e2bbae',
    filesize: '75148412',
    optionalParam:'foobar'
}, {
    filename: 'screenshot (1).png',
    subdir: "images",
    creationDate: 1389946339233,
    id: 'ef43f52310e2bbae',
    filesize: '85412',
    optionalParam:'foobar'
}, ...]

Method GET

dpd.fileupload.get(function(errresult) {
    console.log(result);
});

The response:

[{
    filename: 'screenshot.png',
    subdir: "images",
    creationDate: 1389946339569,
    id: '2f4c752310e2bbae',
    filesize: '75148412',
    optionalParam:'foobar'
}, {
    filename: 'screenshot (1).png',
    subdir: "images",
    creationDate: 1389946339233,
    id: 'ef43f52310e2bbae',
    filesize: '8441547',
    optionalParam:'foobar'
}, ...]

Since we upload the files into the /public folder, you can access your files like this: http://localhost:2403/upload/subdir/filename.extension replace:

  • "upload" by the folder your set in the dashboard
  • "subdir" by the value you set for subdir. (nothing if you haven't given a subdir param)
  • "filename.extension" by the name of the file your uploaded

If you would like more security and some rights management to get the files, fill an issue about this and I might work on this feature.

Method DELETE

    dpd.fileupload.delete(id, function(errresult) {
        if (err) alert(err);
        console.log(result);
    });
  • 0.0.13
    • Fixed bug for deleting without a subdirectory. PR #22 (thanks @rgolea)
    • Upgrade dependency (debug module).
  • 0.0.12
    • fix: public folder not dynamic. PR #19 (thanks @docnoe)
    • Update dependencies. Close #17
    • rename mimeType property to type to match the html5 file spec. Close #14
  • 0.0.11
    • Allow internal requests for GET. Close #12
    • Added MIME types and filtering file lists. PR #5
  • 0.0.10
    • Option to store unique file name (add uniqueFilename to the query param. Cf Demo)
      • npm update required (MD5 dependency added)
    • if the name of the resource is the same of the upload directory, it'll automatically append an underscore (_) to the upload directory (cf demo)
  • 0.0.9
    • Store file size
  • 0.0.8
    • any parameter send in the query will be stored in the resource (and its value will be parsed as JSON if applicable)
    • if a parameter property name is "subdir", file will be placed under this subdir in the upload directory
  • 0.0.7
    • fix empty response issue
  • 0.0.6
  • 0.0.5
  • send an event with progress of upload
  • add tests
  • improve demo (add implementation with angularJS, send a param in the query)
  • check if file already exist (upload anyway and put a (1) in the filename or return an error?)
  • Find a cleaner way to get the path of the upload directory
  • Implement GET of one file (stream file ?)