3 examples of 'fakepath file upload' in JavaScript

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135async function upload(file: string, remotePath: string) {
136 return new Promise((resolve, reject) => {
137 const body = fs.createReadStream(file)
138 const params = { Bucket: bucketName, Key: remotePath, Body: body, ContentType: mime.getType(file) }
139 s3.upload(params, function (err, data) {
140 if (err) {
141 body.destroy()
142 reject(err)
143 } else {
144 body.destroy()
145 resolve()
146 }
147 })
148 })
149}
141function fupload(path, blob) {
142 var form = new FormData(),
143 request = new XMLHttpRequest();
144 log('upload path:', path);
145 form.append('path', path);
146 form.append('blob', blob);
147 request.open(
148 'POST',
149 'http://localhost:9888/upload', // :(
150 true
151 );
152 request.send(form);
153}
17function upload(path, file, metadata) {
18 var ref, task;
19 return _regenerator2.default.wrap(function upload$(_context) {
20 while (1) {
21 switch (_context.prev = _context.next) {
22 case 0:
23 ref = this.app.storage().ref(path);
24 _context.next = 3;
25 return (0, _effects.call)([ref, ref.put], file, metadata);
26
27 case 3:
28 task = _context.sent;
29 return _context.abrupt('return', task);
30
31 case 5:
32 case 'end':
33 return _context.stop();
34 }
35 }
36 }, _marked[0], this);
37}

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