The KendoReact Upload helps users send files from their file systems to any React application. The React upload component can be used as a standalone component, integrated into a form, or used as a part of other KendoReact UI components.
The KendoReact Upload provides several configuration options for controlling the way it processes files to be uploaded. This includes automatically uploading files, uploading single or multiple files, or uploading files in batches.
The drag-and-drop feature of the React Upload enables users to drag files from their file system to initiate an upload.
Developers can restrict which files will be uploaded by the KendoReact Upload by defining rules around file extensions, minimum file size or maximum file size.
By default, the KendoReact Upload component is enabled. Certain scenarios may call for the upload component to be disabled until certain requirements are met. Enabling or disabling the React upload component can be done through a single configuration option.
The React Upload component gives developers control over whether or not to send cookies and headers for cross-site requests and can provide additional data as a part of the upload requests.
As files are uploaded to the server, every file is listed in an interface below the upload button. This section can be completely customized by a custom renderer, letting developers take full control over the look and feel of the KendoReact Upload component.
With built-in support for keyboard navigation, the KendoReact Upload component has several built-in keyboard shortcuts to facilitate interacting with the component with nothing but a keyboard.
The KendoReact Upload is compliant with Section 508 and WAI-ARIA standards, and is AAA rated with WCAG 2.0.