Thursday, November 22, 2018

Upload files and directories using an input, drag and drop, or copy and paste with HTML5

Upload files and directories using an input, drag and drop, or copy and paste with HTML5

Many websites have a form to upload a file. For some sites, such as OneDrive or Google Drive, uploading files is a major feature. As time went on, webpages are more and more interactive. So, users expect more interactions such as dragging and dropping files or directories or pasting screenshots.

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