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Javascript - How to Upload Images Using jQuery

In this tutorial we will create a How to Upload Images using jQuery. JavaScript is a scripting or programming language that allows you to implement complex things on web pages. It is a text-based programming language meant to run as part of a web-based application. It is an interpreted programming language that has a capabilities of Object-Oriented. So Let's do the coding...

Getting started:

This is the link for the jquery that i used in this tutorial Lastly, this is the link for the bootstrap that i used for the layout design

The Main Interface

This code contains the interface of the application. To create this just write these block of code inside the text editor and save this as index.html.

Javascript - How to Upload Images Using jQuery

Creating the Script

This code contains the script of the application. This code will upload the image file and display as a preview for checking. To do this just copy and write these block of codes as shown below inside the text editor and save it as script.js inside the js folder. $(document).ready(function(){ $pic = $(''); $("#file").change(function(){ var files = !!this.files ? this.files : []; if(!files.length || !window.FileReader){ $("#image").remove(); } if(/^image/.test(files[0].type)){ var reader = new FileReader(); reader.readAsDataURL(files[0]); reader.onloadend = function(){ $pic.appendTo("#preview"); $("#image").attr("src", this.result); } } }); }); There you have it we successfully created a How to Upload Images Using jQuery. I hope that this simple tutorial help you to what you are looking for. For more updates and tutorials just kindly visit this site. Enjoy Coding!

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