The MVC File Upload control can be used as a themeable and customizable replacement for file input elements. This means users can upload files to your server asynchronously. Also, multiple files can be selected and uploaded on their own, without the need to wait for each to be uploaded completely. If the asynchronous approach doesn’t fit your application, don’t worry. Our MVC Upload component can upload all files using the more traditional synchronous approach as well.
Make use of the rich UI showing visual notifications for common operations: successful upload, failed validation and upload in progress. Complement that with our useful cancel upload button.
Leverage the latest technology trends with Telerik File Upload in ASP.NET MVC and enable your end users to upload files using drag and drop functionality. They can drop the desired files over the upload, or define custom drop zones over the page—and all of this is achieved codelessly.
With our new ASP.NET MVC file upload, you can use the codeless progress monitoring, which shows a sleek inline progress indicator next to each file being uploaded.
uid) for each file, then the generated id is added as a property to all events listed here.
Have full control over the way your ASP.NET Upload for MVC looks to your end users, thanks to the flexible template feature.
Place the component in any application – even if it’s designed to be displayed in a right-to-left fashion.
The Telerik UI for ASP.NET MVC Upload is one of the many UI components in the suite with out-of-the-box support for keyboard navigation. Users can easily navigate the component using a combination of keyboard buttons to focus the desired file and reset, cancel or pause its upload.
You can style the ASP.NET MVC Upload control with one of the built-in themes such as Default (our own styling), Material (based on the Material Design guidelines), Bootstrap (which looks like the Bootstrap styling to integrate better) and Fluent (based on Microsoft Fluent UI). If you prefer, you can create new themes by using the Progress SASS ThemeBuilder application.