Are you having issues getting a working Android file upload widget? Does it seem that most solutions you try get overly complicated when you attempt implementation? Do they end up making things worse?
FileStack’s Android file upload widget simplifies the process of adding an upload option to your Android solution. Our tutorial walks you through the process of building an account submission form. You’ll learn how to allow users to upload a profile picture upon creating a new profile.
What You Will Learn
The solution walks you through configuring the method needed to respond to your event calls. We’ll also demonstrate the process of registering a broadcast receiver for your file uploads and avoiding memory leaks in the process.
You’ll learn how to direct your image to the appropriate ImageView object in your screen display. Our method reduces the bandwidth needed for large Android uploads and reduces download delays. We include screenshots and clear code depictions you can easily tweak to conform to your own solution needs. It works well handling any number of Android HTML uploads.
Go deeper by exploring the link to the source code in our GitHub repository. You’ll see the full setup that you’re welcome to download and configure to your own satisfaction.
Reference the link to our full software development kit repository for help with setup and configuration of the FileStack SDK. We’ve made everything clear and easy to understand. The goal is to get you up and running on your own solution as quickly as possible.
Stop struggling with file upload options that don’t work. Give the Filestack Android file upload widget a try. You’ll end up wishing you’d tried it out sooner.
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