Sometimes, if you are really lucky, your client can do something pretty magical with your own product that makes it even more awesome. Just like what happened to us recently.
“We discovered Filepicker three weeks ago when we were shopping around for a solution to attach documents within our web application. The myriad of integrations really sold us,” says Didier. “We were able to fully customize and adapt the user experience for desktop, phones and tablets. The browser integration was quick to develop and it is working very well.”
ONE UP is the one-stop-place to run your small business: automatic accounting, inventory, invoicing and CRM. Their Android version, powered by Cordova (a framework to build native apps using web technologies), needed a specific plugin to use the Filepicker’s native SDK, as Didier explains;
It took Didier just two days to build this plugin, and is open to offers to develop iOS support for those that need it.
Installing the Plugin:
There is a (temporary) step to add to your build.gradle (if cordova > 5.0.0) in platforms/android/build.gradle, you need to add the following line after the line 247 (in
Using the Plugin:
The plugin creates the object
window.filepicker with the following functions available:
- Container – container in S3 where the file was stored (if it was stored)
- url – file link to uploaded file
- filename – name of file
- localPath – local path of file
- key – unique key
- mimetype – mimetype
- size – size in bytes
note: pick() returns an object, pickMultiple() and pickAndStore() returns an array of objects
Picker Options Available:
Store Options Available:
Security Options Available:
Not implemented yet, feel free to contribute. See native SDK documentation.