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.

Supabase Storage V3 - resumable uploads powered by Tus

Supabase Storage is receiving a major upgrade, containing many of the most requested features. A personal highlight for us, of course, is Supabase's new Resumable Uploads feature, which makes use of our very own Tus protocol. At Transloadit, we were naturally excited to see the Supabase team make use of Tus, as well as the creative solutions they used to scale Tus for their needs. As for the Storage V3 update, this isn't even all that was included: images can now be served using a simple Next.js loader, more image transformation options are available, presigned URLs can be generated and shared, and more. If you haven't already given Supabase a shot, now is the perfect opportunity! Dive in ›

JunoDB - Paypal's open source key-value store

PayPal is one of the world's largest and most recognizable brands. With the sheer number of customers, transactions and requests it receives, PayPal was in need of a performant, reliable and scalable storage solution to match. This solution was found in JunoDB, the distributed key-value store that powers PayPal’s diverse range of applications – and it has now been made open source under the Apache 2 license. Take a look as the PayPal team gives you a guided tour of the motivations and justification behind JunoDB. If you are already looking forward to exploring JunoDB further, stay on the lookout for upcoming posts that delve deeper into the technical details. Alternatively, if you are more of a hands-on learner, why not take a look at their server-setup video, and the accompanying client-building video? Learn more ›

htmx - high-power tools for HTML

It was just a few simple questions that led to htmx coming into existence. A few simple questions about the current state of HTML and the constraints imposed by HTML. By addressing these questions and removing these constraints, htmx aims to complete HTML as a hypertext. The combined power of AJAX, CSS Transitions, WebSockets and more is now available directly in HTML by using attributes – allowing you to build modern user interfaces with ease. It is incredibly easy to get started with, so check out its documentation for an even more in-depth look. Read more ›

Three ways to style subtitles with Transloadit

A distinctive subtitle style is just one of the many ways in which video streaming services can choose to define their brand. You can often tell in a single glance whether a video originates from Netflix or YouTube, simply based off the design of the subtitles. The aim of this blog is to help you create a unique brand identity for your content, by uncovering the secrets of subtitle styling with the help of Transloadit. Check it out ›

Setting up S3 for Transloadit

Using Amazon S3 with Transloadit can be a powerful combination, but several customers have told us it can be a struggle to get things working just the way they want them to. To help them, and hopefully others as well, we've decided to write a comprehensive guide on how to integrate both services. Take a look ›