NodeJS/Express – Upload Text-Fields + MultipartFile with Multer, Jquery Ajax, Bootstrap 4

In the tutorial, we show how to upload multipart/form-data with text fields and attached file in NodeJS/Express web-application using Multer, JQuery Ajax, Bootstrap 4.

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NodeJS/Express – Upload/Download MultipartFiles/Images – Multer + JQuery Ajax + Bootstrap

Goal

In the tutorial, we build a NodeJS/Express web-application that uses Multer middleware to upload/download multipart/form-data with text-fields & attached file using JQuery Ajax & Bootstrap view.

Technologies:

  • NodeJS
  • Express
  • Multer
  • JQuery Ajax
  • Bootstrap 4

Project structure:

-> results:

NodeJS-Express-Upload-Form-Text-Fields-MultipartFile-Multer-uploadedsuccessfully-form

-> Server’s Logs:

Prerequisites

NodeJS/Express – Upload/Download MultipartFiles/Images – Multer + JQuery Ajax + Bootstrap

Practice

Setting up NodeJS/Express project

Create a folder NodeJS-Express-UploadForm-Fields-Files:

Then init NodeJS project:

-> Install Express, Multer:

-> See package.json file:

Frontend
Bootstrap view

– Create ./app/views/index.html file:

– Create ./views/404.html file:

Jquery Ajax

– Create a JQuery Ajax POST multipart/form-data form, see ./resources/static/js/postrequest.js file:

Backend
Config Multer Upload

– Create ./app/config/multer.config.js file:

Express Routers

– Create ./app/routers/application.router.js file:

Application Controller

– Create ./app/controllers/application.controller.js file:

Server.js

– Create ./server.js file:

Run & check results

Start NodeJS server. Make a submit application form:

-> Bootstrap view:

NodeJS-Express-Upload-Form-Text-Fields-MultipartFile-Multer-uploadedsuccessfully-form

-> Browser Network Log:

NodeJS-Express-Upload-Form-Text-Fields-MultipartFile-Multer-network-logs

-> Server’s Log:

-> Uploaded File:

NodeJS-Express-Upload-Form-Text-Fields-MultipartFile-Multer-uploaded-file

Sourcecode

To run below sourcecode, follow the guides:


step 0: download & extract zip file -> we have a folder ‘NodeJS-Express-Upload-Text-Fields-File’
step 1: cd NodeJS-Express-Upload-Text-Fields-File
step 2: npm install express multer –save
step 3: node server.js
step 4: makes a POST request: http://localhost:8081

-> Sourcecode:

NodeJS-Express-Upload-Text-Fields-File

By grokonez | May 22, 2018.



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