Open Source

The founders of Transloadit met as contributors to an open source project. As a result of this, open source is deeply ingrained in our company’s DNA. Here’s a quick tour of our contributions.

Code

Tus

Tus

Tus is an open protocol for resumable file uploads. It has quickly become the standard for resumable and reliable file uploading across the web.
Uppy

Uppy

Uppy is a next-gen JavaScript file uploader that will transform how the world uploads files in web browsers.
node-mysql

node-mysql

Node MySQL is the industry standard for talking to MySQL databases in the Node.js ecosystem.
node-formidable

node-formidable

Node Formidable is the industry standard for dealing with form uploads in the Node.js ecosystem.
node-retry

node-retry

Node Retry is a crucial building block for creating reliable software. NPM itself greatly depends upon it.
BASH3 Boilerplate

BASH3 Boilerplate

BASH3 Boilerplate combines easy-to-use templates with our best practices.

Knowledge

Besides releasing the software that we write, we also regularly share our adventures along the way. You can find these on our founder blogs (felixge, kvz, tim-kos) and right here on our Transloadit, Uppy, and tus blogs.

Developers

We actively free up developer time in order to work on open source projects. Most of us work on open source most of our time.

Cash

We free up funds for open source projects through FSF contributions and by sponsoring a few giants whose shoulders we stand on, such as ImageMagick and FFmpeg.

Conferences

We fund the open source community by helping its members to organize great conferences, hackathons and meet-ups.

If you would like to organize an event and still need someone to sponsor prizes or pizza, reach out!