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Announcing the tus Advisory Group

Since the tus project began in 2013, countless contributors with various technical backgrounds have joined our mission and helped move the protocol forward. Many people have contributed their knowledge to tus over these years, some as front-end developers and server engineers,...

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Major release: tus-js-client v2.0.0

tus is a protocol based on HTTP for resumable file uploads. Resumable here means that an interrupted upload can carry on without re-uploading already uploaded data again. An interruption may happen willingly, if the user wants to pause while switching to another workspace, or ...

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The tusd server hits v1.0.0

Today, we are thrilled to announce the v1.0.0 release of our tusd project, the official reference implementation for the tus protocol. Don’t let yourself be fooled by the version number, tusd has been production-ready and battle-tested for many years already. This release ship...

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React Native, Cordova and Browser Streams using tus-js-client 1.6

A bit less than two months ago, we released version 1.6.0 of tus-js-client, our open source tus implementation for JavaScript environments. Usually, we don’t write a blog post about a specific release, but this one is very special to us for two reasons: Version 1.6.0 contains ...

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Adoption

Just a quick update from the team! We had a fun month as we learned that Git LFS supports our protocol for transmitting large files, and Clouflare uses it to power the uploading component of their new streaming product. The ‘tus’ community on GitHub continues to thrive and we’...

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How tus may help to save lives

Yes, oddly enough, this seems to be the case! A while ago, we noticed something really interesting on tus.io, our open protocol for resumable uploads: a comment from Jaroslaw Wasilewski mentioned that tus was being used to support firefighting rescue operations. Now that is ex...

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S3 as a Storage Back-End

With their Simple Storage System (S3), Amazon Web Services has built one of the major providers of cloud storage for applications ranging from small side projects to enterprise systems. Since the introduction of flexible storage back-ends for the official tusd server, an integ...

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tus 1.0 - Changing the future of file uploading

As time progresses, we share ever larger media files from our phones and desktops. More than often, however, complications arise during this process. Whether it is through servers misbehaving or mobile users switching to a WiFi connection, the outcome is the same: ‘upload inte...

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Project Status

Here’s a quick update on the status of the project.

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Protocol v1.0.0 Prerelease

More than a year ago the last release, 0.2.2 was published. Now the final 1.0 release is just around the corner introducing breaking changes and a lot of new features.

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Protocol v0.2.2

This is a minor protocol release:

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Protocol v0.2.1

This is a minor protocol release:

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Protocol v0.2

After releasing our first draft a few weeks ago, we received an incredible amount of feedback and suggestions. Based on this feedback as well as discussing the problems with the IETF HTTPbis Working Group, we identified a few key issues with v0.1 of the protocol: PUT requests ...

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A protocol for resumable file uploads

tl;dr: We are happy to announce version 0.1 of the tus resumable upload protocol and are interested in your feedback! With mobile devices becoming the dominant source of user generated media files, reliable file uploading through unreliable mobile networks has become an import...

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Hello world

Hey everybody, we’re starting a new blog here to discuss file uploading, and the protocol we are working on. So keep an eye on this space!

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