how to use jquery file upload angular version?

All we need is an easy explanation of the problem, so here it is.

here is how I use angular jquery file upload

var album = angular.module('album', ['restangular', 'blueimp.fileupload']),

.controller('somecontroller',function($scope,){
    $scope.options = {
        something
    }

 })

all I did was set the scope.options, change the controller ,and everything just magically works

setup the jquery file upload seems quite easy, but there are something really confuse me

how can I call the jquery file upload’s callback function. for example, if the files uploaded successfully,I want to update the ui by calling fileuploaddone function ,it confuse me because there is no added file in my controller.

I’m new to angularJS, please help me to understand the workflow of angular jquery file upload

How to solve :

I know you bored from this bug, So we are here to help you! Take a deep breath and look at the explanation of your problem. We have many solutions to this problem, But we recommend you to use the first method because it is tested & true method that will 100% work for you.

Method 1

the blueimp.fileupload uses events that are fired via $emit to notify parent scopes:

             on([
                'fileuploadadd',
                'fileuploadsubmit',
                'fileuploadsend',
                'fileuploaddone',
                'fileuploadfail',
                'fileuploadalways',
                'fileuploadprogress',
                'fileuploadprogressall',
                'fileuploadstart',
                'fileuploadstop',
                'fileuploadchange',
                'fileuploadpaste',
                'fileuploaddrop',
                'fileuploaddragover',
                'fileuploadchunksend',
                'fileuploadchunkdone',
                'fileuploadchunkfail',
                'fileuploadchunkalways',
                'fileuploadprocessstart',
                'fileuploadprocess',
                'fileuploadprocessdone',
                'fileuploadprocessfail',
                'fileuploadprocessalways',
                'fileuploadprocessstop'
            ].join(' '), function (e, data) {
                if ($scope.$emit(e.type, data).defaultPrevented) {
                    e.preventDefault();
                }
            })

That means that you can simply add an event listener in one of the parent scope controllers, e.g.:

$scope.$on('fileuploadprocessdone', function(event, files){ 
    $.each(files, function (index, file) {
        //do what you want
    });
});

You can also override the default handleResponse function in your config phase, e.g.:

angular.module('myApp', ['blueimp.fileupload']).
.config(['fileUploadProvider', function (fileUploadProvider){
    fileUploadProvider.defaults.handleResponse = function (e,data){
        var files = data.result && data.result.files;
        if (files) {
            data.scope().replace(data.files, files);
            // do what you want...
        } else if (data.errorThrown || data.textStatus === 'error') {
             data.files[0].error = data.errorThrown ||
             data.textStatus;
        }
     };     
}]);

Note: Use and implement method 1 because this method fully tested our system.
Thank you 🙂

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