Scenario: Imagine you implemented upload widget within grid and it can upload multiple files. After you upload, you realize you need to delete one of the uploaded file. Currently you cannot choose to delete either of the uploaded multiple files in edit mode. It would be nice to display preuploaded files in upload widget when the grid is in edit mode, so that user can delete the files that are not necessary anymore.
The current upload control does not allow the PUT verb. This means you cannot use it with Amazon S3 without implementing a proxy server. The problem with the proxy server approach is that it places unneeded strain on your own servers and you get charged twice for data transfer, once on the way in to the proxy server and again from the proxy server to S3.
Hi. I'd love to use the file upload widget, but, like most devs, I need to do more than just upload a file.....html does that just fine. I need to be able to save the file name and size, possibly the extension, in a mysql database using php. Please consider these enhancements to the file upload widget for the next release. I know you all are working on PHP wrappers and I hope a lot more documentation and tutorials for us PHP developers, so an upgrade like this, or a tutorial on the site that provides a working example of saving file details to the database using PHP could be added easily. Thanks and keep the PHP stuff coming! It's making a huge difference and I think, based on the number of votes here, there are a ton of folks interested in using Kendo UI with PHP.
Incorporate some mechanism which will allow us to handle situations where a file is uploaded, yet the target folder already has a file with the same name. i.e. An event that is fired we can trap which will allow us to rename the file, then save it.
currently i can retrieve lastmodifieddate by using onUpload() event, but i cannot retrieve creation date. i hope kendo can update the kendo upload that can provide creationdate.
I would like to be able to be able to use unique filenames when uploading files asynchronous or maybe filnames based on GUID names