Dashboard Example

Dashboard is the full-featured UI for Uppy that shows nice file previews and upload progress, lets you edit metadata, and unites acquire plugins, such as Google Drive and Webcam, under one roof.

Console output (latest logs are at the top):

On this page we're using the following JavaScript snippet:

const Uppy = require('uppy/lib/core')
const Dashboard = require('uppy/lib/plugins/Dashboard')
const GoogleDrive = require('uppy/lib/plugins/GoogleDrive')
const Dropbox = require('uppy/lib/plugins/Dropbox')
const Instagram = require('uppy/lib/plugins/Instagram')
const Webcam = require('uppy/lib/plugins/Webcam')
const Tus = require('uppy/lib/plugins/Tus10')
const MetaData = require('uppy/lib/plugins/MetaData')
const uppy = Uppy({
debug: true,
autoProceed: false,
restrictions: {
maxFileSize: 1000000,
maxNumberOfFiles: 3,
minNumberOfFiles: 2,
allowedFileTypes: ['image/*', 'video/*']
.use(Dashboard, {
trigger: '.UppyModalOpenerBtn',
inline: true,
target: '.DashboardContainer'
note: 'Images and video only, 2–3 files, up to 1 MB'
.use(GoogleDrive, {target: Dashboard, host: 'https://server.uppy.io'})
.use(Dropbox, {target: Dashboard, host: 'https://server.uppy.io'})
.use(Instagram, {target: Dashboard, host: 'https://server.uppy.io'})
.use(Webcam, {target: Dashboard})
.use(Tus, {endpoint: 'https://master.tus.io/files/'})
.use(MetaData, {
fields: [
{ id: 'license', name: 'License', value: 'Creative Commons', placeholder: 'specify license' },
{ id: 'caption', name: 'Caption', value: 'none', placeholder: 'describe what the image is about' }
uppy.on('core:success', (fileList) => {
console.log('Successfully uploaded:', fileList)

Please see documentation for details.

Hey there stranger! Uppy is in the early stages of development and the example section is our playground. Things might not yet work, but we're working hard to improve this.

We're on a monthly release cycle and our latest version is v0.19.0, but the example pages reflect the latest work in our master branch. Here's what changed in master since v0.19.0 in terms of commits, while the CHANGELOG provides a higher level view of this things planned for our next release.

Files from the examples are uploaded to our test servers and deleted daily.