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FileUploader installation guide

File Uploader combines HTML, JS and PHP code to upload file. It chose the best solution, HTML5 or ajax, of client browser to send file. Moreover, it is possible to send many file at the same time and drag and drop it.

Dependencies

FileUploader comes as a Composer package and requires the "Mouf" framework to run. The first step is therefore to install Mouf.

Once Mouf is installed, you can process to the FileUploader installation.

Install FileUploader

Edit your composer.json file, and add a dependency on mouf/html.widgets.fileuploaderwidget.

A minimal composer.json file might look like this:

    {
        "require": {
            "mouf/mouf": "~2.0",
            "mouf/html.widgets.fileuploaderwidget": "2.0.*"
        },
        "autoload": {
            "psr-0": {
                "Test": "src/"
            }
        },
        "minimum-stability": "dev"
    }

As explained above, FileUploader is a package of the Mouf framework. Mouf allows you (amoung other things) to visualy "build" your project's dependencies and instances.

To install the dependency, run php composer.phar install

This composer.json file assumes that you will put your code in the "src" directory, and that you will use the "Test" namespace and respect the PSR-0 naming scheme. Be sure to create those directories (src/Test) before running the install process. If you do not understand what "namespace" or "PSR-0" means, stop right now, and head over the autoloading section of Composer and the PSR-0 documentation.

At this point, the FileUploader packages is installed. You should be created instance to implement it. Start the Mouf admin interface at http://localhost/{yourproject}/vendor/mouf/mouf

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