Manny 777 wrote in post #1020917:
Thank you Everaldo,
well, probably I will try it, but in the best way, I would like to try
some way with jQuery...
This is a bit worse to find some good source
Hi, this is what I use: http://aquantum-demo.appspot.com/file-upload
It is relatively simple and does not require any flash for the progress
bar like other plugins do.
It offers two ways to do it, one with some defined UI (and more jquery
dependencies) and then a basic one where you take care of the styling.
It has a lot of options.
I use the last one to reduce dependency. I don't use paperclip or
carrierwave to handle the upload. In my case I just take the file and
store it myself in the cloud.
I know just the link doesn't help that much but it depends a lot on how
you want to implement it. In my case I wanted to upload a pic, see the
progress, be able to cancel and see it as a preview before a bigger form
was sent. Then I wanted to be able to change the pic in the middle, etc.
From the ones I checked this was the best for my case. There's some
examples in the wiki and the guy who runs it helped me quickly when I
ran into a problem.
Maybe you can take a look at it.
Note that the progress information didn't really show moving before it
was in the real server, locally didn't move.