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Hey friends, today in this blog you’ll how to Upload File with Progress in HTML CSS & Java Script. Earlier, I have shared a blog on how to create Drag & Drop or Browse File Upload Feature using Java Script. So I’ll not add this feature to this File Uploader. In this project (File Upload Java Script with Progress Bar), as you can see in the preview image, there are two pictures of the file uploader. In the first one, there is a dashed border container with an icon and text to browse the file to upload. When you click on this container an open file window will open and you can select any file to upload. Once you select the file then you can see in the second picture, there is shown your file uploading status with filename, uploaded percent, progress bar, etc. and there is the history of the uploaded files with filename, size, etc. In the video, you have seen the demo of the File Upload with Progress Bar and how I created it using HTML CSS, Java Script & PHP. I’ve used PHP as a backend language to receive the user file and save or upload it. You can also use any other server-side language for it such as Node JS. I hope you liked this File Uploader and want to get source codes or files of this project but don’t worry I have given codes and source files download link to the bottom of the page. But before copy-paste the codes or download files, let’s talk about the important codes and concepts behind creating this file uploader. In the Java Script file, I used the change event to get the user selected filename and then called the upload File(filename) function with passing the filename as an argument. Inside upload File() function, using Ajax I sent the selected file to the PHP. As you can have seen on the codes, I used upload property and progress event to get file loaded value and file total size. In the PHP file, I received the file and added the current time before the filename to make the filename dynamic and moved this file to the files folder using PHP inbuilt function To create this project (File Upload Java Script). First, you need to create four Files: HTML, CSS, Java Script & PHP files. After creating these files just paste the following codes into your file. Remember, you’ve to create a folder with php name and inside this folder, you’ve to create php file a name of and a files folder to saved all uploaded files. If you didn’t understand then you can download the source code files of this File Upload Java Script with Progress Bar from the given download button. First, create an HTML file with the name of and paste the given codes into your HTML file. /* Import Google font - Poppins */ @import url('https://fonts.googleapis.com/css2? family=Poppins:[email protected];500;600&display=swap'); * body ::selection .wrapper .wrapper header .wrapper form form :where(i, p) form i form p section section i section .details span .progress-area .content .progress-area .details .progress-area .content .progress-bar .content .progress-bar .progress .uploaded-area .uploaded-area.onprogress .uploaded-area::-webkit-scrollbar .uploaded-area .content .uploaded-area .details .uploaded-area .details .uploaded-area i.fa-check const form = document.query Selector("form"), file Input = document.query Selector(".file-input"), progress Area = document.query Selector(".progress-area"), uploaded Area = document.query Selector(".uploaded-area"); Event Listener("click", () = That’s all, now you’ve successfully created a File Upload Java Script with Progress Bar. If your code doesn’t work or you’ve faced any error/problem, please download the source code files from the given download button. It’s free and a file will be downloaded then you’ve to extract it. Once you extracted it, move this project folder inside htdocs or www folder of your XAMPP or WAMP installation directory then start the apache server and run this file on your browser. Note: In the video, I have manually slowed the Internet connection to upload files slowly and to show you the progress of uploading. So the small size file like images also taken time to upload but when you download this project and upload the image file then you might not see the progress bar because your file will be uploaded too fast. Hey friends, today in this blog you’ll how to Upload File with Progress in HTML CSS & Java Script. Earlier, I have shared a blog on how to create Drag & Drop or Browse File Upload Feature using Java Script. So I’ll not add this feature to this File Uploader. In this project (File Upload Java Script with Progress Bar), as you can see in the preview image, there are two pictures of the file uploader. In the first one, there is a dashed border container with an icon and text to browse the file to upload. When you click on this container an open file window will open and you can select any file to upload. Once you select the file then you can see in the second picture, there is shown your file uploading status with filename, uploaded percent, progress bar, etc. and there is the history of the uploaded files with filename, size, etc. In the video, you have seen the demo of the File Upload with Progress Bar and how I created it using HTML CSS, Java Script & PHP. I’ve used PHP as a backend language to receive the user file and save or upload it. You can also use any other server-side language for it such as Node JS. I hope you liked this File Uploader and want to get source codes or files of this project but don’t worry I have given codes and source files download link to the bottom of the page. But before copy-paste the codes or download files, let’s talk about the important codes and concepts behind creating this file uploader. In the Java Script file, I used the change event to get the user selected filename and then called the upload File(filename) function with passing the filename as an argument. Inside upload File() function, using Ajax I sent the selected file to the PHP. As you can have seen on the codes, I used upload property and progress event to get file loaded value and file total size. In the PHP file, I received the file and added the current time before the filename to make the filename dynamic and moved this file to the files folder using PHP inbuilt function To create this project (File Upload Java Script). First, you need to create four Files: HTML, CSS, Java Script & PHP files. After creating these files just paste the following codes into your file. Remember, you’ve to create a folder with php name and inside this folder, you’ve to create php file a name of and a files folder to saved all uploaded files. If you didn’t understand then you can download the source code files of this File Upload Java Script with Progress Bar from the given download button. First, create an HTML file with the name of and paste the given codes into your HTML file. /* Import Google font - Poppins */ @import url('https://fonts.googleapis.com/css2? family=Poppins:[email protected];500;600&display=swap'); * body ::selection .wrapper .wrapper header .wrapper form form :where(i, p) form i form p section section i section .details span .progress-area .content .progress-area .details .progress-area .content .progress-bar .content .progress-bar .progress .uploaded-area .uploaded-area.onprogress .uploaded-area::-webkit-scrollbar .uploaded-area .content .uploaded-area .details .uploaded-area .details .uploaded-area i.fa-check const form = document.query Selector("form"), file Input = document.query Selector(".file-input"), progress Area = document.query Selector(".progress-area"), uploaded Area = document.query Selector(".uploaded-area"); Event Listener("click", () = That’s all, now you’ve successfully created a File Upload Java Script with Progress Bar. If your code doesn’t work or you’ve faced any error/problem, please download the source code files from the given download button. It’s free and a file will be downloaded then you’ve to extract it. Once you extracted it, move this project folder inside htdocs or www folder of your XAMPP or WAMP installation directory then start the apache server and run this file on your browser. Note: In the video, I have manually slowed the Internet connection to upload files slowly and to show you the progress of uploading. So the small size file like images also taken time to upload but when you download this project and upload the image file then you might not see the progress bar because your file will be uploaded too fast.

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