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.

The original sources of MS-DOS 1.25 and 2.0

Software Gems: MicroSoft published the original files of MS-DOS on GitHub. MS-DOS was the most popular operating system for small microcomputers in the late 1970s. Now everyone interested in the roots of early personal computing can explore and experiment! ›

Firefox has joined Google's WebP party

In an effort to put websites on a diet and cut down on network data usage, Mozilla has joined Google's WebP. Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge and Opera already natively support WebP. Transloadit has supported WebP for a long time and is excited about seeing the web speed up with this efficient image format. Read post ›

Introducing Hooks

Hooks are a new feature proposal that lets you use state and other React features without writing a class. Check out the full article ›

A look at the Transloadit Wizard

One of our new creations here at Transloadit is the Wizard. This tool allows you to quickly create Encoding Instructions tailor-made to your needs in only five short steps. This walkthrough will go through each step in the Wizard and ultimately create an Assembly that will let us perform a virus check on our users' uploads, extract thumbnails from their videos, add a watermark, and encode them for optimal display on Android devices. Read post ›

Uppy 0.28

In 0.28, we are introducing a new “Single Upload” mode, improving on Status Bar with a spinner and different pause/resume/cancel buttons, sharing progress on bringing back unified locale packs and a Transloadit preset. Learn More! ›