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.
Tus is an open protocol for resumable file uploads. It has quickly become the standard for resumable and reliable file uploading across the web.
The industry standard for talking to MySQL databases in the Node.js ecosystem.
The industry standard for dealing with form uploads in the Node.js ecosystem.
A crucial building block for creating reliable software. npm itself greatly depends upon it.
BASH3 Boilerplate combines easy-to-use templates with our best practices.
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.
We actively free up developer time in order to work on open source projects. Many of us even work on open source full-time.
We also fund open source projects through FSF contributions and by sponsoring a few giants on whose shoulders we stand, such as ImageMagick.
Besides funding projects, we also fund the open source community by helping its members to organize great conferences, hackathons and meet-ups.
- FITC Amsterdam 2016, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
- Node.js Knockout Hackathon 2015, Global
- dotJS 2015, Paris, France
- Code Motion 2015, Berlin, Germany
- Open Source and Feelings 2015, Seattle, Washington, USA
- Reject.JS 2015, Berlin, Germany
- Nodevember 2015, Nashville, Tennessee, USA
- BrooklynJS 2015, New York, USA
- .concat() 2015, Salzburg, Austria
- Static Showdown 2015, Global
- Gopher Gala 2015, Global
- Hackathonukah 2015, New York, USA
- dotJS 2014, Paris, France
- PHP Conference Argentina 2014, Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Reject.JS 2014, Berlin, Germany
- Container Camp 2014, London, UK
- Node Dublin 2012, Dublin, Ireland
- LXJS 2012, Lisbon, Portugal
If you would like to organize a hackathon and still need someone to sponsor prizes (we typically sponsor drones, seeing as we are also the folks behind NodeCopter) or pizza, please reach out via Twitter or email@example.com.