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.
Github is announcing two major updates, hoping to make the platform more accessible to developers: unlimited free private repositories with up to three collaborators, and a simpler, unified Enterprise offering. This means organizations can now have access to both cloud and self-hosted environments — all under one service. Read More ›
With this guide, you should be able to understand the key concepts of this virtual network, and how it is similar to, or different, from your own networks. While resembling a traditional network that you'd operate in your own data center, this virtual network has the benefit of using the scalable infrastructure of AWS. Check out the full article ›
When it comes to user privacy, choice and control are first and foremost. Mozilla has made user privacy a priority by adding focused features to Firefox that protect their user's data and puts them in control of it. This reiterates the new approach to anti-tracking that Mozilla mentioned to its users in August last year. Read More ›
This blogpost will be the first of a series that we're calling Re-loadit. We will be covering a number of Transloadit's features that haven't yet received a proper introduction to our users. In this article, we introduced the /dropbox/store Robot, which has been part of the Transloadit Robot family since May this year. Learn More! ›
Continuing with the Dropbox theme, it's the /dropbox/import Robot's time to shine! In contrast to the /dropbox/store Robot, the /dropbox/import Robot will allow you to import directories directly from your Dropbox storage to be passed onto other steps within an Assembly. Learn More! ›