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You can easily upload files via web search results, allowing your users to search the web for images and select the one they want; in fact, if you’re displaying the Filestack File Picker on your web page, you’re already done. One of the built-in features of the File Picker is to provide your users with […]

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Upload Files to Your Site by URL in PHPRead More

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You can easily import a file by its URL on your back end in PHP; here’s how. Prerequisites Composer: The PHP Package Manager First, make sure you’ve got Composer installed on the system you’ll be playing with. Briefly, you can run the following on Mac/*NIX systems: php -r “copy(‘https://getcomposer.org/installer’, ‘composer-setup.php’);” php -r “if (hash_file(‘sha384’, ‘composer-setup.php’) […]

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Upload Files with RubyRead More

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Uploading files in Ruby should be as easy, straightforward, and as fun as the language itself. Here’s my simple recipe to demonstrate exactly that. First things first: this isn’t a Ruby on Rails recipe. I’ll make one of those in due course. This is a plain, simple, pure Ruby demonstration. I’ll use the open source […]

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Upload Files with PythonRead More

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Python is eating the world! You will find many passionate Python programmers, and just as many critics, but there’s no denying that Python is a powerful, relevant, and constantly growing force in software development today. Python is just a language, though, and languages can’t solve business problems like workflow, architecture, and logistics; these things are […]

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Upload Files with PHPRead More

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Over 80% of the web runs on PHP, so there must be some pretty solid solutions for handling common tasks like uploading files to a server, right? Yes, then no. Let me explain: Uploading a file is easy. Just present the user with an HTML form that allows them to use AJAX file upload to […]

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Upload Files with NodeRead More

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Front end development throws a lot of shade over back end processes these days, especially in the land of JavaScript. Originally a language targeting browsers, JS has matured into every nook and cranny of modern development as a de facto tool. The syntax for interacting with various libraries in JavaScript can be confusingly identical between […]

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