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Pankaj Tanwar
Feb 28, 2022 ⋅ 8 min read

How to build a file upload service with vanilla JavaScript

Pankaj Tanwar CS engineer, freelance developer, writer and creator.

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7 Replies to "How to build a file upload service with vanilla JavaScript"

  1. Thank you! I have a question though, when I implemented it this way, some of the chunks went missing. The res.on(‘data’) part wasn’t getting called. I did manage to fix it with doing the appendFileSync() inside of a ‘for await(const chunk of req)’ , but I’m not sure what the problem was. I was wondering if you had any clues..

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