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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.
When this component is initialized, a table header with column categories is present. An 'add files' button is also present, allowing the user to initiate a multiple file upload.
|Add via 'Add Files' Button||A user may initiate a multi file upload by clicking the 'Add Files' button, located at the upper right of the component. The user will then be presented with the system file browser, from which multiple files can be selected.|
|Add via 'Drag and Drop'|
A user may also initiate a multi file upload by dragging files onto a dropzone, with the following conditions:
Once the user initiates a multi file upload (either by button or drag and drop), the table will temporarily be replaced with a progress bar, with a button to cancel out of the upload process if necessary.
|Populated (Default View)|
Once files are uploaded, the table is populated with information about each file. The default columns are File Name, Size, Date Added, and Actions.
|Populated (Custom View)|
The component may also be configured as to allow the user to enter additional data about each file that was uploaded.
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.