File UploaderAPI/ExamplesGithub

Transfers local files to the server.

    Browser Support

    Chrome Chrome IE Internet Explorer Edge Edge Safari Safari Firefox Firefox
    Yes 8+ Yes Yes Yes


    • Creates a list of files using ul or table.
    • Supports CORS(Cross-Origin Resource Sharing).
    • Supports batch transfer.
    • Supports folder-based file selection.
    • Supports dragging from local files.
    • Supports custom events.
    • Provides the file of default css style.


    • Basic : Example of using default options.
    • Batch transfer : Example of transferring files in batches instead of uploading them directly.
    • Using the list UI : Example of creating a list of transfer files in the form of a table.

    More examples can be found on the left sidebar of each example page, and have fun with it.


    TOAST UI products can be used by using the package manager or downloading the source directly. However, we highly recommend using the package manager.

    Via Package Manager

    TOAST UI products are registered in two package managers, npm and bower. You can conveniently install it using the commands provided by each package manager. When using npm, be sure to use it in the environment Node.js is installed.

    $ npm install --save tui-file-uploader # Latest version
    $ npm install --save tui-file-uploader@<version> # Specific version
    $ bower install tui-file-uploader # Latest version
    $ bower install tui-file-uploader#<tag> # Specific version

    Via Contents Delivery Network (CDN)

    TOAST UI products are available over the CDN powered by TOAST Cloud.

    You can use the CDN as below.

    <link rel="stylesheet" href="" />
    <script src=""></script>

    If you want to use a specific version, use the tag name instead of latest in the url's path.

    The CDN directory has the following structure.

    ├─ latest/
    │  ├─ tui-file-uploader.css
    │  ├─ tui-file-uploader.js
    │  └─ tui-file-uploader.min.js
    ├─ v3.1.0/
    │  ├─ ...

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    Add the container element to create the component as an option. See here for information about the added element.


    This can be used by creating an instance with the constructor function. To get the constructor function, you should import the module using one of the following ways depending on your environment.

    Using namespace in browser environment
    var FileUploader = tui.FileUploader;
    Using module format in node environment
    var FileUploader = require('tui-file-uploader'); /* CommonJS */
    import {FileUploader} from 'tui-file-uploader'; /* ES6 */

    You can create an instance with options and call various APIs after creating an instance.

    var container = document.getElementById('tui-file-uploader');
    var instance = new FileUploader(container, { ... });

    For more information about the API, please see here.


    You can also see the older versions of API page on the releases page.



    This software is licensed under the MIT © NHN Entertainment.