ReviewIn the previous section, we have discussed and implemented the Java classes. In this section, we will start writing the configuration files.
Table of ContentsPart 1: Introduction and Functional Specs
Part 2: Java classes
Part 3: XML configuration
Part 4: HTML form
Part 5: Running the Application
ConfigurationHere are the important configuration files that needs to be declared:
This contains your SendGrid user and key credentials to access the Web API. This is equivalent to your SendGrid's username and password. This file also contains a temporary directory location for saving file uploads.
In order for file uploads to work, make sure to declare a MultipartResolver bean
NextWe have just completed declaring the required configuration files. In the next section, we will write the HTML form and demonstrate how to use jQuery-File-Upload for uploading files via jQuery. Click here to proceed.
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