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From tuvistavie <>
Subject [GitHub] cordova-plugin-file-transfer pull request: Allow to pass an ArrayB...
Date Sat, 27 Feb 2016 12:42:40 GMT
GitHub user tuvistavie opened a pull request:

    Allow to pass an ArrayBuffer to the upload function when working in the browser.

    I have been working with this plugin to create an app compatible
    with both mobile and browsers, and missed the possibility to
    simply pass the content of the file to upload when working in the browser.
    When uploading from Android/iOS, it is easy enough to work directly with the full path,
    but in the browser I think it easier to just use a normal image input and read its content.
    I did try to pass a data URL instead of a path, but it did not seem to work in the browser,
and I got a `FIlE_NOT_FOUND_ERR`. Did I miss something here?
    As the `filePath` was transformed to an `ArrayBuffer`, I thought that accepting
    an `ArrayBuffer` instead of a path could be a good solution.
    What do you think?
    Thank you for your help!

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    This closes #128
commit de84761d43509fa732cb36f46200d7b2edd3c048
Author: Daniel Perez <>
Date:   2016-02-27T11:45:44Z

    Allow to pass an ArrayBuffer to the upload function when working in the browser.


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