Adds a streamy multipart form post capability to Net::HTTP. Also supports other methods besides POST.
- Appears to actually work. A good feature to have.
- Encapsulates posting of file/binary parts and name/value parameter parts, similar to most browsers' file upload forms.
- Provides an UploadIO helper class to prepare IO objects for inclusion in the params hash of the multipart post object.
require 'net/http/post/multipart' url = URI.parse('http://www.example.com/upload') File.open("./image.jpg") do |jpg| req = ::::::. url.path, "file" => .(jpg, "image/jpeg", "image.jpg") res = ::.start(url.host, url.port) do |http| http.request(req) end end
To post multiple files or attachments, simply include multiple parameters with UploadIO values:
require 'net/http/post/multipart' url = URI.parse('http://www.example.com/upload') req = ::::::. url.path, "file1" => .(File.new("./image.jpg"), "image/jpeg", "image.jpg"), "file2" => .(File.new("./image2.jpg"), "image/jpeg", "image2.jpg") res = ::.start(url.host, url.port) do |http| http.request(req) end
gem install multipart-post
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