Thursday, November 28, 2013

Re: GWT FileUpload with Progress Listener

Have you checked Elemental? AFAICT, everything's there already.

On Wednesday, November 27, 2013 4:02:48 PM UTC+1, confile wrote:

 want to observe the upload percentage of a file upload from GWT.

In JavaScript you can use a XMLHttpRequest and add an event listener like this:

var oReq = new XMLHttpRequest();    oReq.upload.addEventListener("progress", updateProgress, false);    // progress on transfers from the server to the client (downloads)  function updateProgress (oEvent) {    if (oEvent.lengthComputable) {      var percentComplete = oEvent.loaded /;      // ...    } else {      // Unable to compute progress information since the total size is unknown    }  }

(The above code is from here.)

This is also done very easily in jQuery as:

 var $request = $.ajax({        xhr: function() {          xhrNativeObject = new window.XMLHttpRequest();          //Upload progress          xhrNativeObject.upload.addEventListener("progress", function(event) { ... }        }   });

I want to do the same with GWT. I could use a RequestBuilder to send a request, but this is only a high level wrapper around the XMLHttpRequest JavaScriot object. Another possibility would be to use the GWT XMLHttpRequest class which is a JSNI wrapper of the JavaScript XMLHttpRequest.

My problem:

How can I add a progress listener to the XMLHttpRequest or the RequestBuilder?

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