Avg Release Cycle
1091 days ago
v2.6.2September 04, 2014
- Target url can be provided with query string
- Events fileAdded and filesAdded can prevent file from being added to $.files list by returning false. Custom validators can be ran here.
- ResumableFile.getType() and ResumableFile.getExtension() helper methods added. Can be used for custom validation.
- fileProgress and progress events are always asynchronous.
- ResumableFile.pause() and ResumableFile.resume() methods for single file pausing and resuming.
- filesSubmitted event added. Can be used to start file upload. Event is thrown then files are added to queue.
- progressCallbacksInterval parameter added. Minimum interval between callbacks execution in milliseconds.
- averageSpeed and currentSpeed parameters added for
ResumableFile. These params accuracy can be adjusted with
- timeRemaining method added for
ResumableFile. Returns remaining time to upload in seconds. Accuracy is based on average speed.
- sizeUploaded method added for
ResumableFile. Returns size uploaded in bytes.
- singleFile parameter added. Then enabled, uploaded file will replace current one.
💥 Breaking Changes
- Resumable was renamed to Flow
- ResumableFile.fileName parameter renamed to ResumableFile.name
- Resumable.getOpt method dropped, use Resumable.opts parameter instead if needed.
- Resumable.maxFiles, Resumable.minFileSize, Resumable.maxFileSize, Resumable.fileType validators dropped. Use fileAdded and filesAdded events for custom validation.
- fileProgress and progress events are not thrown on ResumableFile.abort() and ResumableFile.cancel() methods execution.
- cancel event was removed. Event was always called after Resumable.cancel() function.
- fileAdded, filesAdded events are thrown before file is added to upload queue. This means that calling Resumable.upload() method in these events will not start uploading current files. To start upload use filesSubmitted event instead.
- throttleProgressCallbacks parameter was replaced with progressCallbacksInterval and it is now measured in milliseconds.