jfum

1.0.3 • Public • Published

jQuery File Upload Middleware Build Status

NPM

Features

  • File upload handling
  • File size validation
  • File type validation
  • Made for Express 4.x

Requirements

  • Node.JS >= 0.10
  • Express >= 4

Install

npm install jfum --save

Usage

var JFUM = require('jfum');
var jfum = new JFUM({
  minFileSize: 204800,                      // 200 kB
  maxFileSize: 5242880,                     // 5 mB
  acceptFileTypes: /\.(gif|jpe?g|png)$/i    // gif, jpg, jpeg, png
});

OPTIONS

jQuery File Upload makes an OPTIONS request to the server before starting the uppload to make sure that it can upload to the given server.

app.options('/upload', jfum.optionsHandler.bind(jfum));

POST

app.post('/upload', jfum.postHandler.bind(jfum), function(req, res) {
  // Check if upload failed or was aborted
  if (req.jfum.error) {
    // req.jfum.error
 
  } else {
    // Here are the uploaded files
    for (var i = 0; i < req.jfum.files.length; i++) {
      var file = req.jfum.files[i];
 
      // Check if file has errors
      if (file.errors.length > 0) {
        for (var j = 0; i < file.errors.length; i++) {
          // file.errors[j].code
          // file.errors[j].message
        }
 
      } else {
        // file.field - form field name
        // file.path - full path to file on disk
        // file.name - original file name
        // file.size - file size on disk
        // file.mime - file mime type
      }
    }
  }
});

Error Codes

The req.jfum.files[] object can have the following error codes:

  • JFUM-001 - File type not allowed
  • JFUM-002 - File size too big
  • JFUM-003 - File size too small

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Install

npm i jfum

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Version

1.0.3

License

MIT

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