Halfway through each month, our newsletter for developers: The Dev Times, brings three reads that our own developers found interesting on the web, and two Transloadit updates that may interest you.
JSON Web Tokens are an open, industry-standard method for securely transmitting information between two parties. Because JWTs are self-contained and small in size, they are more practical to use than other types of tokens. Read more ›
Building images from a standard Dockerfile typically requires root access, but that is not always an easy or secure option. Kaniko is an open source tool that allows you to build container images from a Dockerfile without privileged root access. Read post ›
GitHub Pages is a great and simple way to publish documentation or a blog. Last month, they had an exciting announcement: custom domains will now finally also get to benefit from the extra security that HTTPS offers. Read post ›
Vimeo has recently started using Tus in production, our open protocol for resumable uploads. Read this case study to find out how Vimeo got involved in our mission to fix file uploading for the world. Read post ›
Transloadit is featured on StackShare. To celebrate, we're giving away ten official tus.io backpacks to readers who give us the best endorsement! ›
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We're SO STOKED to announce the Transloadit Community Plan! 🎉🎉🎉 Unlimited uploading, importing and exporting, 5GB of encoding/month, and access to 50 different file conversion features for all.— 🤖 Transloadit (@transloadit) July 2, 2020
Best part? It's free. Forever. 🤑 Find out more https://t.co/zXWLi3Xa0G pic.twitter.com/DlY5xz1mPG