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A step-by-step guide to implementing drag’n’drop, and image previews with the Filereader API. No libraries or frameworks were harmed in the making of this article.
Matthew describes a very nice bit of progressive enhancement for drag’n’drop file uploads (similar to the CSS Tricks article I linked to recently).
It uses the Dropzone JS which looks like it aligns nicely with the progressive enhancement approach.
This is a terrific example of progressive enhancement in action: going from a simple file input to a lovely interactive drag’n’drop interface.
A really handy bit of code from Aaron for building a robust file uploader. A way to make your web-based photo sharing more Instagrammy-clever.
A very handy looking API that turns file uploading (and conversion) into a service.
This photograph is the 3,000,000,000th to be uploaded to Flickr.
A handy Mac app from Google that allows you to record from your iSight and upload directly to YouTube.
This looks like it could be a fun simple little service: upload MP3s to make an online mix tape ...that's it.