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Join author Joe Marini as he demonstrates how to use the HTML5 File API to perform file-related operations from within a web page, including manipulating files, reading and accessing data within files, and retrieving information about files. The course also covers how to complete tasks that were previously only possible with native code, such as picture processing, file conversion, and content checking.
Hi, I'm Joe Marini and I'd like to welcome you to HTML5 File API In Depth. In this title, we will see how to use the HTML5 File API to build web pages that can work with local file data, a capability that only native applications have had up until now. We will start off with the basics-- examining how to use the HTML File Input form element to allow users to select files and retrieve information about them, such as their name, size, and mime type. We will also see how to use the HTML5 FileReader API, to provide features like progress information, cancelable read actions and reading just particular portions of individual files.
So if you are ready to see how the HTML5 File API can give your web apps a native flair, then let's get started, with HTML5 File API In Depth.
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