[Coding Cowboys] Uploading Files with Flex and PHP

Check out a quickly-developed Flex application that manages multiple file uploads and processes them through a PHP file (right-click in the application to view the source). Or, you can check out an explanation and strategy we used for the PHP.

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6 Responses to [Coding Cowboys] Uploading Files with Flex and PHP

  1. Daniel Franklin says:

    when i downloaded your files and tested in appserver i dint work it shows its uploading and finshes uploading but when i see in the folder nothing will be there… i use appserver and my files are in mainproject i stored your php file in mainproject folder and named it upload.php my folder to save images is mainproject/images but it doesnt work

  2. farianne says:

    i had the same experience… so what are we goig to do?

  3. Jenda says:

    You need to make sure, that the path in the upload.php is correct. Do a debug php file to show you the exact path with the $_SERVER[‘DOCUMENT_ROOT’] variable. It uploads files for me, however lager files are not being copied even though that you get confirmation that everything was ok.

  4. Jenda says:

    Larger files are limited by php.ini where it is set by default to 2MB I think

  5. Fidel Gonzo says:

    For a nice and easy Web-ftp solution using the power of PHP4, check my FileManager FX. Can be seen in action here

  6. Latrice says:

    Wow, that’s a really clever way of tkhniing about it!

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