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The content module allows storing rich chat attachments, app content, and settings without having to republish them. Using a web interface you or your clients can control and make instant changes to the apps.

Upload file

Upload a file to the cloud using the following code snippet:

const url = 'path to file in local filesystem'
QB.content
  .upload({ url, public: false })
  .then(function (file) { /* file uploaded successfully */ })
  .catch(function (e) { /* handle error */ })

Get file URL

There are two types of file URLs that can be obtained: private and public. Public URL allows anyone to access file, no QB authorization token is needed.

Get public URL

To receive a public URL, use the code snippet below:

QB.content
  .getPublicUrl({ uid: 'file uid' })
  .then(function (url) { /* handle as necessary */ })
  .catch(function (e) { /* handle error */ })

Get private URL

To get a private URL of the uploaded file, use the following code snippet.

QB.content
  .getPrivateURL({ uid: 'file uid' })
  .then(function (url) { /* handle as necessary */ })
  .catch(function (e) { /* handle error */ })

Update upload status

Subscribe to content module events to update file upload status.

export function* uploadFile(action = {}) {
  const { url } = action.payload
  try {
      yield call(QB.content.subscribeUploadProgress, { url })
      const file = yield call(QB.content.upload, { url, public: false })
      yield put(fileUploadSucess(file))
  } catch (e) {
      yield put(fileUploadFail(e.message))
  } finally {
      yield call(QB.content.unsubscribeUploadProgress, { url })
  }
}

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