I started on my own project with Tapestry and I'm banging my head because I jumped in with both feet and thought I could just knock this out. I was wrong.
1. Java method to 1) know the file size being uploaded and 2) get the current filesize on disk or know how many 1's and 0's we have sent from the user's machine to the server so far.
Let me first say, this is quite the task, lol.I think there are two chunks to this "backlogged" problem. I am taking the challenge. The two pieces are:
1. Does everyone agree that we should have a solution that's our's?
What do we think? Let's come up with some concrete design. The midnight coding exercise didn't work.
David L. Whitehurst
2932 Tram Road, Fuquay Varina NC 27526
I used to think it was best to have a single solution that spanned all the different frameworks. For example, SiteMesh. However, over the years it's become more and more apparent that it might be better to use what a framework provides (if they provide it). This allows the frameworks to be developed independently w/o having to know how each one works. That being said, in light of the new "if it makes it easier to maintain, let's do it" mantra, a single solution might be best.
I've used the following jQuery File Upload component before and it worked quite well.
Another thing to keep in mind is this ticket is from 2007 and we should do a better job of cleaning up JIRA and only concentrating on things we'd like to see. It does seem like a nice addition though. Maybe it could be combined with http://issues.appfuse.org/browse/APF-669.
On Sat, Dec 20, 2014 at 10:57 AM, David L. Whitehurst <[hidden email]> wrote:
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