This adds to paperclipped a sturdy batch uploader with queue and progress bars. We use SWFupload to do most of the work, which also gives us much more reliable uploading of big files than you get over normal http.
The interface is deceptively simple: you can just click, choose some files and leave them uploading overnight, or you can do quite complex work to tag and caption your images as you go along. The completion of each upload triggers a remote call to drop a simple description form into what was previously the progress bar, so it’s also possible to cue up a batch of uploads and describe them one by one as they are processed. It’s very quick and easy to use, and integrates well with our library extension.
|Record Created||November 9, 2009 (about 9 years ago)|
At the command prompt, in the root of your Radiant project, type:
script/extension install paperclipped_uploader