I’m basically just trying to emulate the buffer bar from the default HTML5 video player or like on YouTube.
I am now using react js and importing the ant design progress component(see https://ant.design/components/progress/)
I initiate it will this Html code.
I’m using the React Bootstrap ProgresBar component with animation turned on. In the current behavior, animation works both when increasing and decreasing the progress. I have a use-case where I slowly increase the progress from 0 to 100, and then I reset the progress back to 0 and increase it slowly again. When resetting from 100 to 0 the progress animates backwards which is very confusing for my users.
Does anyone know how to get a progress bar for an upload in php? I am trying writing code for a photo album uploader. I would like a progress bar to display while the photos are uploading.
I have an AJAX script to upload a file to a PHP script that is likely to take at least 10 seconds to run. I would like to display progress for it for the user.
I have problem with two simultaneous AJAX requests running. I have a PHP script which is exporting data to XSLX. This operation take a lot of time, so I’m trying to show progress to the user. I’m using AJAX and database approach. Actually, I’m pretty sure it used to work but I can’t figure out why, it’s no longer working in any browser. Did something change in new browsers?
I need help with creating a progress bar for my php upload site. I’ve got the upload and exctract part sorted but i need help with the progress bar. I’m not sure how to do it. Also, is there a maximum file size for the upload?
The upload progress will be available in the $_SESSION superglobal when an upload is in progress, and when POSTing a variable of the same name as the session.upload_progress.name INI setting is set to. When PHP detects such POST requests, it will populate an array in the $_SESSION, where the index is a concatenated value of the session.upload_progress.prefix and session.upload_progress.name INI options. The key is typically retrieved by reading these INI settings, i.e.
I have a basic page with a navigation bar on top, and a wrapper body.
I have a page which uses jquery’s ajax functions to send some messages.