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This is a jQuery plugin that can send files to users cloud storage accounts.
It generates buttons on Web pages to let the users send files from sites directly to their accounts in cloud storage sites instead of having to download to their machines.
Currently it supports cloud storage sites like Google Drive and Dropbox.
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|Many sites can serve files for the user to download, but some times the users prefer to store those files in cloud storage sites like Google Drive and Dropbox.
This jQuery plugin can simplify that process by generating download buttons that send the files directly to those cloud storage services.
This way the user does not need to download the files to their machine and upload them again to the cloud storage services.
CloudJS is a simple jQuery plugin and gives a flexible way to share a file with end user which they can store into their DropBox, Google Drive etc.
Good Fit for:
- Personal Site
- Magazine and Newspaper.
- Document Seller
- And any other services which related to file sharing.
- Add jQuery Library from local or any CDN site.
- Include jQuery.Cloud.js from dist folder
- Create a html block element
div and add a custom data attribute
data-file-link to hold the root path of your file e.g. images/wallpaper.jpg, doc/example.pdf
- Call Cloudjs, that's it!!
//$.Cloud - setting is optional if you defined inside plugin
googleDrive : 'auto',
dropBox : 'a1jy330vpyki64r'
<div class="cloudjs" data-file-link="doc/example.pdf"></div>
<a href="https://webmechanicx.github.io/CloudJS/" target="_blank">Live Demo</a>
A simple jQuery plugin, Let your visitor save a file into their DropBox, Google Drive etc.
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