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Any ideas when File Upload to S3 is going to be fixed?

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  • Any ideas when File Upload to S3 is going to be fixed?

    Anyone heard?

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    Re: Any ideas when File Upload to S3 is going to be fixed?

    Steven, In what context are you talking about. Assuming you are meaning iphone under phone gap ?
    Alex Collier

    "The spread of computers and the Internet will put jobs in two categories. People who tell computers what to do, and people who are told by computers what to do"

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      Re: Any ideas when File Upload to S3 is going to be fixed?

      Yes, IPhone with version 12.2 or higher with a Phonegap built app.

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        Re: Any ideas when File Upload to S3 is going to be fixed?

        Hey Steven,

        The S3 upload works for me in 12.2. I am uploading to S3 in phonegap under IOS. Are you trying to select a file within phonegap then uploading to S3

        from pre-release notes

        Build 5826
        UX Component - PhoneGap Applications - WkWebView Plugin - A new PhoneGap plugin, developed by Alpha Software, is available for iOS applications. The UIWebView plugin, which PhoneGap applications currently use, has been deprecated by Apple, and will be removed from a future version of iOS. It will be critical that you switch your PhoneGap applications to use the WkWebView plugin before the next version of iOS is released.

        NOTE: As a result of the recent Apple update of iOS to version 12.2 the following actions no longer work in PhoneGap applications (that use the UIWebView plugin):

        Camera access using the HTML5 option (PhoneGap camera access continues to work)

        File Upload - Amazon S3 - This action no longer will bring up the image selector.

        With the new WkWebView plugin, HTML5 camera access is working.
        Alex Collier

        "The spread of computers and the Internet will put jobs in two categories. People who tell computers what to do, and people who are told by computers what to do"

        AA Builds from 5221_5152 to Pre-releases >> Deploying to IIS in AWS

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          Re: Any ideas when File Upload to S3 is going to be fixed?

          Yeah, it is suppose to allow the user to browse their photos after clicking a button and then the file the user chooses would get uploaded to S3. Guess it still isnt bringing up the image selector, even with the pre-releases.

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            Re: Any ideas when File Upload to S3 is going to be fixed?

            Steven, are you using the WKWebView plugin?

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              Re: Any ideas when File Upload to S3 is going to be fixed?

              I read it as its the fix to the issue if you use WkWebView instead of the orginal and default UIWebView
              Alex Collier

              "The spread of computers and the Internet will put jobs in two categories. People who tell computers what to do, and people who are told by computers what to do"

              AA Builds from 5221_5152 to Pre-releases >> Deploying to IIS in AWS

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                Re: Any ideas when File Upload to S3 is going to be fixed?

                The fix is WKWebView. You must use the WKWebView plugin if you're using iOS12.2. The Alpha version of the WKWebView plugin allows a lot of stuff to work that was failing under the UIWebView under iOS12.2.

                By using the Alpha WKWebView you are also future proofing your app against the day Apple has been warning us about for years... that the UIWebView will be removed from iOS.

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                  Re: Any ideas when File Upload to S3 is going to be fixed?

                  This is a production system. So I upgrade to the prerelease version that allows the use of the WKWebView plugin?

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                    Re: Any ideas when File Upload to S3 is going to be fixed?

                    You don't mention which Alpha build you're using.

                    You can use the WKWebView plugin without having to move to a pre-release. Install the current pre-release into a folder named for that pre-release. Then create a PGB project including the WKWebView plugin... you'll see it in the List of plugins. You'll now have a config.xml file with all the WKWebView entries you'll need - they're clearly marked. Copy those lines into your production config.xml file... build your project... and test the crap out of it.

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