Is converting to
base64 the only way to go? Or is it possible to post the image to a JSON API back-end using
I am using
Vue-JS on front-end, can an image 10 MB in size be converted client side to
base64 and then posted to to Phoenix as JSON without making the browser freeze?
All I need is to upload an image from VueJs to Phoenix, save its path on server and get an id identifier for it sent back to client.
Here’s a page in the Phoenix docs that should get you started @acrolink! http://phoenixframework.org/blog/file-uploads
JSON Api is a typical case…
I have done it the base64 way, but You need to increase Plug.Parsers length in your endpoint. This was otherwise not working for HiRes photos from mobile.
PRO: It is just acting like a string.
CON: There is an increase of the file size transmitted, due to encoding.
I saw someone mixing both… JSON Api + support for Plug.Uploads, but could not remember where.
@acrolink please have you being able to resolve this issue. I’m also experiencing similar issue.
@acrolink, @papakay Have you managed to understand how to solve this ? I’m also facing the same question, the only different part is that i’m using elm as the front-end.