10+ PHP Ajax Upload File Tutorials – Free Download

Those example coding php ajax upload file, Multiple file upload forms are sometimes essential for your web application but managing upload from multiple file input boxes becomes a bit tedious and lengthy. But thanks to jQuery using which we can make this task easier too. Today I’m going to show you some example Ajax file upload or jQuery upload form that uses a lot lesser server side code and also provides a very nice user interface. You can enjoy test with demo and download to your server as well. Please read license before using it in public.

1. Max’s AJAX file uploader

Max's AJAX file uploaderDemo | Download (13568)

2. AJAX  UPLOAD Using Bar Progress

AJAX  UPLOAD Using Bar ProgressDemo | Download

3. Ajax Upload Images

Ajax upload allow you to upload more images without refresh pages.

Ajax Upload ImagesDemo | Download (12514)

 4. Xupload

Upload progress indicators can be displayed on the upload page, or via a pop-up window. There are multiple viewing options to choose from, like completed percentage, upload speed (measured in kbps)

X upload php code

5. Uploadify jquery upload plugin

Uploadify is a jQuery plugin that allows the easy integration of a multiple (or single) file uploads on your website.  It requires Flash and any backend development language.

Uploadify jquery upload pluginDemo | Download

6. Jquery multiple file uploader

The Multiple File Upload Plugin (jQuery.MultiFile) is a non-obstrusive plugin for the jQuery Javascript library that helps users easily select multiple files for upload quickly and easily whilst also providing some basic validation functionality to help developers idenfity simple errors, without having to submit the form (ie.: upload files).

Jquery multiple file uploaderDemo | Download

7.  Ajax Upload with progress-bar

This plugin uses XHR for uploading multiple files with progress-bar in FF3.6+, Safari4+, Chrome and falls back to hidden iframe based upload in other browsers, providing good user experience everywhere.

Ajax Upload with progress-barDemo | Download

8. Fancy upload with mootool

FancyUpload is a file-input replacement which features an unobtrusive, multiple-file selection menu and queued upload with an animated progress bar. It is easy to setup, is server independent, completely styleable via CSS and XHTML and uses MooTools to work in all.

Fancy upload with mootoolDemo | Download

9. JqUploader

jqUploader is a jquery plugin that substitutes html file input fields with a flash-based file upload widget, allowing to display a progressbar and percentage. It is designed to take most of its customization from the html code of your form directly – so you don’t have to do things twice . For instance, the maximum file size, if specified via html, will be recognized and used in the rich upload interface generated by jqUploader.

Jq Uploader php ajax Demo | Download

10.  FileChucker

Uploader with Progress Bar,
File Manager & Multi-User Support

FileChucker php upload

Demo | Download

11. PHP & jQuery image upload and crop

This script has been updated please see the following link PHP & jQuery image upload and crop v1.2 AND the new fully jquery’d version of it Jquery image upload and crop for PHP. Both new scripts handle JPG, GIF and PNG upload and crop!

PHP & jQuery image upload and cropDemo | Download

Written by Graham

Graham Bill has been a professional web developer and designer with more experience on coding HTML5, CSS3, php, javascript, jquery, ajax, jsp, XML, MySQL, SEO and especially on development joomla templates and wordpress themes.

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  1. I’ve been looking for an Ajax/PHP uploader for entire days.. finally I’ve found n.3… it’s the first working simplest example I’ve seen in this research. Thanks a ton, guys, you saved me!!

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