I've tried  console.log and looping through it using for in.   Here it the MDN Reference on FormData.   Both attempts are in this fiddle.  var fd = new FormData(),     key;  // poulate with dummy data  fd.append("key1", "alskdjflasj...
How can I post file and input string data with FormData()? For instance, I have many other hidden input data that I need them to be sent to the server,  html,  <form action="image.php" method="post" enctype="multipart/form-da...
How to convert HTML5 FormData object to JSON? Without Jquery and handling nested properties in FormData like a object....
I'm using ajax to submit a multipart form with array, text fields and files.  I append each VAR to the main data as so  var attachments = document.getElementById('files');  var data= new FormData();  for (i=0; i< attachments.files.le...
i have implemented this script for uploading files with ajax, it works perfect in other browsers except for explorer, i noticed that formData is not supported by IE9 and less, are there any alternatives for formData in IE, and i want use clean java...
thanks for stopping by.  I want to send a new FormData() as the body of a POST request using the fetch api  the operation looks something like this    var formData = new FormData() formData.append('myfile', file, 'someFileName.csv')...
This is my little javascript code:  <script>  var formData = new FormData();  URL = "view.php?fetchImageById=1";  formData.append("imageFile", ....);  formData.append("author","user"); formData.append("descri...
Somehow my req.body is always empty, maybe you have an idea:  here is my server code:  const Express = require('express'); const bodyParser = require('body-parser');  const app = new Express(); app.use(bodyParser.urlencoded({ extended...
Ok, so I have form for creating polls. I want to use AJAX request and able user to attach image instead of question, so I use FormData for this.  I could't find any solution for working with multiple input with same name (named like this: "na...
I have a problem uploading files bigger than 500Mb.  I created a plunker file with error code:  https://plnkr.co/edit/vKHNkUuVX1RrMcZ6Ezhc?p=preview   var request = new XMLHttpRequest(); request.open("POST", "/uploadFile"); request.se...

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