React Native, Cordova and Browser Streams using tus-js-client 1.6
- Version 1.6.0 contains three very exiting new features, and
- All of the three features were contributed by members of our community.
To raise awareness about those new additions, as well as to thank the contributors for their help, I decided to write a short blog post about them. So, without further ado, let’s jump straight in:
- Next up is Artur Paikin who contributed a simpler integration with React Native. It was already possible to use tus-js-client with React Native, but it required some boilerplate code. Basically, you had to resolve React Native’s file URIs before you were able to upload the corresponding files. For his work on Uppy (an open-source, modular and modern file uploader from the folks at Transloadit) he integrated this boilerplate into tus-js-client, so you can now pass the file URIs directly to tus-js-client without worrying about the details. You can find more details in the documentation or in its pull request.
Finally, I want to thank everyone again who helped to make this release happen! If you also want to contribute, you can find our open-source code at GitHub. If you don’t know where to start or have other questions, feel free to contact us!