Resumable File Upload Demo
This demo is a working and production-ready example for resumable file uploads built using the tus-js-client. It sends your files to our public tusd instance, which is the official reference implementation for the tus protocol, written in the Go programming language.
⚠️ Please be aware that the uploaded files will be removed from our servers after a few hours, for privacy, and to combat people uploading malicious content.
- Select a large file.
- Watch it upload for a bit, then close this tab before it finishes.
- Come back to this page, select the same file again and you can resume the upload where it left off.
- Inspect the HTTP traffic (see below) to understand how tus works.
Below you can find a list of the outgoing HTTP requests and incoming responses that tus is using to upload your files:
The tus-js-client used in this demo has been automatically tested and works with the following browsers:
- Microsoft Edge 12+
- Mozilla Firefox 14+
- Google Chrome 20+
- Safari 6+
- Opera 12.1+
- iOS 6.0+
- Android 5.0+
X-HTTP-Method-Override header, it's possible to run tus
even on platforms that won't let you do
The source code for this demo is available on GitHub.
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