I have a question, I am currently developing a web app in laravel, I recently discovered uppy_io and I would like after loading my file using uppy that I can store it in a folder of my site or machine. Is it possible?
Hi, yes, if you target your laravel backend with the xhr plugin, your backend will just receive a regular multipart file upload, as if an ordinary
<form> had sent it. Does that make sense?
Finally I saw with the plugin xhr, I managed to point to my php page.I have another issue the following is that I can not recover the element in php in order to do the treatment that need. Could a person guide me?
I recommend doing a something like
echo('<xmp>'); print_r($_POST); print_r($_FILES); die('please inspect the payloads above. aborting execution for now. ');
So you can inspect the uploads that are transmitted to your PHP backend.
Thanks , i already catch everything using a buffer php function that i have created.