Use the Filestack File Picker generator to generate the initialization code for your file picker by filling in a few checkboxes and input fields. Simply copy the generated code and paste it into your application code to get a powerful, well-designed file picker and let your users enjoy a better uploading files experience.
File Type Validation
Set the file types that users can upload in your application.
Set the min and max image file sizes that can be uploaded.
Number Of Files Validation
Set how many files are allowed to be uploaded simultaneously.
Upload Files From Multiple Sources
Easily allow users to upload files from Facebook, Instagram, Dropbox, device storage, and other sources.
Client-side Image Transformation
Your upload widget can handle crop, rotate, and circle image transformations on the client side.
Get the server response
You can get information about your upload in your browser´s console by checking the “Get Response” option. You will receive PickerResponse that represents state of all the files that were uploaded during given Picker session.
Fast, Reliable & Secure File Uploader
The generated file picker is much more than a good-looking file uploader. Behind the scenes, Filestack’s advanced infrastructure uploads files almost 4 times faster and guarantees upload success 99.999% of the time regardless of network conditions.
Powerful image transformation for you and your customers
Integrate a sleek, easy-to-use photo editor into your product. This mobile-friendly solution is all built in for you. Your customers will be able to apply filters, adjust image sizes, and perform many other image transformations, providing them with a seamless in-app experience.
You can build this amazing photo editor in just a few minutes with Filestack Transformations' UI code generator. This no code tool will generate the code for you based on the options you select.
Frequently Asked Questions
A low-code platform is a software development platform that lets developers build applications without much coding. Instead of building features with pure coding, developers can do so using low-code solutions by interacting with a graphical user interface and writing only a few lines of code.