In order to assist developers evaluate Ajax Uploader, as well as to provide tools for rapid application development, we supply several samples and online interactive demonstrations.
A basic sample demonstrates the use of the Upload control.
Ajax Uploader 2.0 allows you to select multiple files and upload multiple files at once.
A sample demonstrates how to customize the look and feel of file upload controls.
A sample demonstrates how to create user-defined validation functions for an upload control.
Ajax uploader tries to detect the MIME type of the files you upload, and rejects the file if the file-extension does not match the mime type. The example shows how to disable/enable mimetype checking on uploads.
Google's GMail has a nice way of allowing you to upload multiple files. Rather than showing you 10 file upload boxes at once, the user attaches a file, you can click a button to add another attachment.
Ajax Uploader allows you to upload large files to a server with the low server memory consumption.
A sample demonstrates how to persist the selected files during page postbacks. Ajax Uploader can hold an object temporarily and you can save it anytime you want.
A sample demonstrates how to use .Upload method to simulate a file upload event.
This example shows you how to limit the maximum allowed number of files to be uploaded. In the following example, you can only upload 3 files.
This sample demonstrates how to start uploading manually after file selection vs automatically.
User profile is the primary part of a community application. Ever wanted to allow users update the images of their profiles using AJAX without reloading the page? Check it now!
This example shows you how to use Ajax Uploader create an online file storage application. Make your file upload page more user friendly!
This example shows you how to use Ajax Uploader create a forum application. It shows how to allow users upload attachments to their posts and manage personal files. It puts the profile example, multiple files example and personal file storage together.