Until runRev get there networking sorted out here is a way.
Access to a server that runs CGI verison 2.47 or higher (I don't even know what that means) unzip and upload to your cgi-bin folder
there are a couple of lines in there that need changing, upload folder and the url to your site.
I see I have the permissions set to 755
New stack with one button and one field on it
In the button put
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local tData,tPic,tName on mouseUp put "" into fld 1 if the environment is "mobile" then set the vis of the templateImage to false mobilePickPhoto "library" put the last image into tPic put "mobUp.jpg" into tName --someone fix this so the user can put there own filename in else --desktop testing answer file "Select a file to upload:" with filter "JPEGs,*.jpg" put url ("binfile:"& it) into tPic set itemDel to "/" put the last item of it into tName end if put buildIt() into tData post tData to URL "http://www.yourSite.com/cgi-bin/upload.pl" --where did you put the file? put it into fld 1 set the httpHeaders to empty set the vscroll of fld 1 to 1000 end mouseUp
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function buildIt put "--__Part__" & crlf into tData put "Content-Disposition: form-data; name=" & quote & "photo" & quote & "; filename=" & quote & tName & quote & crlf after tData put "Content-Type: image/jpg" & crlf after tData put "Content-Transfer-Encoding: binary" & crlf & crlf after tData put tPic & crlf after tData put "--__Part__--" after tData put "Content-Type: multipart/form-data; boundary=" & quote & "__Part__" & quote into theHeader set the httpHeaders to theHeader return tData end buildIt
Tested this on Android and iPad. I managed a 3.8 MB upload.
I'm using my on-rev sever but I don't think that should make a difference.
If the upload is successful "1 files successfully uploaded:" with the url to the file will be in the field down at the bottom (make it scrollable).
Warning: There is no security on this upload... I think there are bad people who can figure out how to abuse the CGI, fair warning. Maybe someone who knows more about CGI's will figure this out (Richard? ).
Oh Oh Oh... Be very careful if you mess with the buildIt function, mobile is very strict, just changing lowercase to capital letters finally made it work for me.
built using liveCode ver 6.5
Hope that it works for you.