[Urgent]Resume upload parsing data in controls using jquery

sweetu ve 281 Reputation points
2022-08-25T07:39:12.447+00:00

I have below UI format designed in Jquery and once I upload resume in any format then it should parse the values from uploaded resume(it can be any format resume and there is no resume template) so it should basically parse values from resume into our respective UI controls also im using office365 site for the same.
Kindly help me .Thanks in advance.

UI HTML page which is already designed and i need help for parsing data in the UI controls

upload resume: choose file ---------------------------- /* Upload choose file resume in any format/

Candidate name: ----------------------- /Text box control/

Candidate email:---------------------------/text box**/

contact number:----------------------------/text box*/

                                                Submit    Cancel  

**All fields are mandatory

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  1. Tong Zhang_MSFT 9,116 Reputation points
    2022-08-26T06:30:48.567+00:00

    Hi @sweetu ve ,

    According to my research and testing, unfortunately, it is currently not possible to parse file ( pdf or doc or docx ) and populate the data into the corresponding control using jquery . We only can use the following code to get .docx file content.

    function loadFile(url, callback) {  
        PizZipUtils.getBinaryContent(url, callback);  
    }  
    function gettext( ) {  
        loadFile(  
            "https://xxxxx/xxxx.docx",  
            function (error, content) {  
                if (error) {  
                    throw error;  
                }  
                var zip = new PizZip(content);  
                var doc = new window.docxtemplater(zip);  
                var text = doc.getFullText();  
                console.log(text);  
                alert("Text is " + text);  
            }  
        );  
    }  
    

    More information for reference: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/28440170/get-docx-file-contents-using-javascript-jquery

    Thanks for your understanding.

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