import panel as pn pn.extension()
FileSelector widget allows browsing the filesystem on the server and selecting one or more files in a directory.
Discover more on using widgets to add interactivity to your applications in the how-to guides on interactivity. Alternatively, learn how to set up callbacks and (JS-)links between parameters or how to use them as part of declarative UIs with Param.
directory(str): The directory to browse (cannot access files above this directory).
file_pattern(str, default=’*’): A glob-like query expression to limit the displayed files.
only_files(bool, default=False): Whether to only allow selecting files.
refresh_period(int, default=None): If set to non-None value indicates how frequently to refresh the directory contents in milliseconds.
root_directory(str, default=None): If set to non-None value overrides directory parameter as the root directory beyond which users cannot navigate.
show_hidden(bool, default=False): Whether to show hidden files and directories (starting with a period).
value(list[str]): A list of file names.
name(str): The title of the widget
FileSelector widget allows exploring the specified directory on the server’s filesystem and any directories contained within it. The widget consists of the navigation bar with a number of buttons and the address bar:
◀): Goes to the previous directory
▶): Returns to the last directory after navigating back
⬆): Goes one directory up
Address bar: Display the directory to navigate to
⬇): Navigates to the directory in the address bar
↻): Reloads the contents of the current directory
The actual file selector displays the contents of the current directory, to navigate to a subfolder click on a directory in the file selector and then hit the down arrow (
⬇) in the navigation bar. Files and folders may be selected by selecting them in the browser on the left and moving them to the right with the arrow buttons:
files = pn.widgets.FileSelector('~') files
To get the currently selected files simply access the