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Upload file in laravel with ajax jquery

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Hello to all, welcome to therichpost.com. In this post, I will tell you, How to Upload file in laravel with ajax jquery? Like I always say that laravel is the best Mvc php framework.

Laravel file upload with jquery ajax formdata.

Here is this post, we will upload file in laravel with ajax and here is working and tested code:
//View file code:
    <input type="file" id="fileupload" name="photos[]" data-url="/upload" multiple />
    <br />
    <div id="files_list"></div>
    <p id="loading"></p>
    <input type="hidden" name="file_ids" id="file_ids" value="" />                    



      var uploader = $('#image-uploader[type="file"]');
      var data = new FormData();
      $.each(uploader.files, function() {
        data.append('image[]', this);
      data.append('_token', $('[name="csrf-token"]').attr('content'));
      var url = '/upload'; //Or any target path with post method
        url: url,
        method: 'POST',
        data: data,
        processData: false,
        contentType: false,
        success: function(data) {


//Route File:
Route::post('/upload', 'UploadController@uploadSubmit');

//Controller File Code:
 public function uploadSubmit(Request $request){

        $files = [];
       foreach($learnerFiles as $key => $learnerFile){   
           if(count($learnerFile) > 0){

                $path = $learnerFile->storeAs('public/uploads/learners', request('idNumber').'_'.$key.'.'.$learnerFile->extension());
                $search = 'public/' ;
                $trimmed = str_replace($search, '', $path) ;
                $file = FileUpload::create([

                    'user_id'     => $learner->id,
                    'file_name'   => $key,
                    'path'        => $trimmed


        $file_object = new \stdClass();
        $file_object->name = $key;
        $file_object->size = round(Storage::size($path) / 1024, 2);
        $file_object->fileID = $learner->id;
        $files[] = $file_object;

        return response()->json(array('files' => $photos), 200);        

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