Uppy is an open source project by Transloadit

30 Days to Liftoff: Day 11

Friday Apr 5, 2019

🚀 In this series: of 30

And another week bites the dust! With the weekend right around the corner, we’re busy getting as much as possible done before heading off for some well-deserved rest & relaxation. Here is what we’ve been up to!


New

  • Alex is test driving Uppy(‘s accessibility) in many different browsers and already uncovered many issues in some naughty browsers. Hope we’ll manage to fix all of them before April 25!

In Progress

  • Artur is working on preparing the changelog for Uppy v. 0.30.4 and releasing it as soon as possible. More news about the 0.30.4 release can be found in the Done section.

  • Our React Native team (that’s Artur, Ife, and Kevin) have been pairing again and determined there are only a few things left to do:

    • Add customFingerPrint & hashCode into Ife’s tus-js-client branch, add tests, and get it into shape for Marius to review
    • UI tweaks (close button for Import, reporting errors)
    • File preview icon for non-image files
  • They also discussed a few non-React Native things:

    • Large file support
    • Companion XHR Uploads should report download progress towards client-side-reported upload progress
    • When you upload to api2.transloadit.com with XHR, it seems the API does not block and responds with 200 before the upload is really done (MAYBE :o). This results in a bad Uppy state without a progress bar.

Done

  • We released a new version of Uppy. While it isn’t 1.0 just quite yet, this is another step in the right direction. Uppy 0.30.4 features fixes for allowSyntheticImports, Typescript typings, issues when using Companion Client for remote AWS-S3 uploads, and using websockets and console.dir in React Native.

  • Artur and Renée reviewed and merged a PR that allows a user to customize the status of an upload in Uppy. Thanks to Mactavish for contributing!

  • Abdel fixed the Serverless example for running Companion on AWS Lambda.

  • Kevin finished up his work on the new documentation menu structure that we talked about yesterday.

That’s it. All the updates I have for you today. Have a great weekend everyone! And if you don’t want to miss a post, keep tabs on our Twitter or RSS feed.


Star