FileSystemDirectoryReader: readEntries() method
readEntries() method retrieves the directory entries
within the directory being read and delivers them in an array to a provided callback function.
The objects in the array are all based upon
Generally, they are either
FileSystemFileEntry objects, which represent standard files, or
FileSystemDirectoryEntry objects, which represent directories.
readEntries(successCallback) readEntries(successCallback, errorCallback)
A function which is called when the directory's contents have been retrieved. The function receives a single input parameter: an array of file system entry objects, each based on
FileSystemEntry. Generally, they are either
FileSystemFileEntryobjects, which represent standard files, or
FileSystemDirectoryEntryobjects, which represent directories. If there are no files left, or you've already called
FileSystemDirectoryReader, the array is empty.
A callback function which is called if an error occurs while reading from the directory. It receives one input parameter: a
DOMExceptionobject describing the error which occurred.
DataTransferItem.webkitGetAsEntry() for example code that uses this method.
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On Chrome 77,
readEntries() will only return the first 100
FileSystemEntry instances. In order to obtain all of the
readEntries() must be called multiple times.