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Document all states this component can have. All components will have at least one state, the default state. Repeat the state specification for each additional state. Examples might include: 'Active State', 'Disabled State', etc. Note additional states can refer to the default state to eliminate duplication.
|Default||When this component is initialized, a button bar is displayed to allow user to add files. The table which will contain the uploaded files will also be displayed, showing only items contained in the table header (<th>).|
After the user selects files to upload, a list of those files is displayed. In this state, the user is able to:
After files are uploaded, a list of uploaded files is displayed. The user will have the following options:
The jQuery File Upload Plugin is built to leverage the Bootstrap css framework. Additional css styling needs are not needed.
This component uses the jQuery File Upload Plugin, which is released under the MIT license (approved by the Kuali Foundation). Other dependancies are as follows:
jQuery v. 1.6+
jQuery UI widget factory v. 1.9+ (included with plugin)
jQuery Iframe Transport plugin (included with plugin)
- Bootstrap CSS v.3.0+
List any options (properties) this component has. This would go in developer documentation.
|Name||Optional?||Default Value (if any)||Validations (if any)||Additional Notes|
List any additional option sets that should be provided for this component. These are configurations of the default values that will be available (component configurations, or beans).
Keyboard shortcut requirements are undetermined at this time.
There are no known requirements for variances (i.e. mobile layouts, responsive design) at this time.