Uploader requirements

Eli Cochran eli at media.berkeley.edu
Tue Oct 28 20:37:41 UTC 2008


Actually as I take a quick peak at this, there is something else that  
is missing:

In uploader1 there is another div that functions solely to hang the  
various states of the Uploader off-of. This is what drives the amazing  
CSS-based state engine in the Uploader which is both cool and kind-of  
funky. (I plugged the div in below to show were it goes.)

The reason why the state classes can't be hung off the top level is  
because the top level may have other classes and the code to safely  
protect those classes while we are changing and updating others was  
going to be a little messy.

- Eli

On Oct 28, 2008, at 1:12 PM, Jacob Farber wrote:

>> Ok, so far this structure is what I have gleaned from the markup:
>>
>> <container>
	<div>
>> <fluid-uploader-queue-wrapper>
>> 	<fluid-scroller>
>> 		<fluid-uploader-queue>
>> 			<fluid-queue-row-tmplt>
>> 				<fluid-fileName></fluid-fileName>
>> 				<fluid-fileSize></fluid-fileSize>
>> 				<fluid-fileRemove>
>> 					<fluid-removeFile></fluid-removeFile>
>> 				</fluid-fileRemove>
>> 			</fluid-queue-row-tmplt>			
>> 		</fluid-uploader-queue>
>> 		<fluid-file-progress>
>> 			<fluid-file-progress-text></fluid-file-progress-text>
>> 		</fluid-file-progress>
>> 	</fluid-scroller>
>> 	
>> 	<fluid-uploader-row-placeholder></fluid-uploader-row-placeholder>
>> 	
>> 	<fluid-scroller-table-foot>
>> 		<fluid-uploader-totalFiles></fluid-uploader-totalFiles>
>> 		<fluid-uploader-totalBytes></fluid-uploader-totalBytes>
>> 		<fluid-total-progress></fluid-total-progress>
>> 	</fluid-scroller-table-foot>
>> </fluid-uploader-queue-wrapper>
>>
>>
>> <fluid-uploader-browse></fluid-uploader-browse>
>> <fluid-uploader-pause></fluid-uploader-pause>
>> <fluid-uploader-resume></fluid-uploader-resume>
>> <fluid-uploader-cancel></fluid-uploader-cancel>
	</div>
>>
>> </container>
>>

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Eli Cochran
user interaction developer
ETS, UC Berkeley


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