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    1.8.17 • Public • Published

    @uppy/aws-s3-multipart

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    The AwsS3Multipart plugin can be used to upload files directly to an S3 bucket using S3’s Multipart upload strategy. With this strategy, files are chopped up in parts of 5MB+ each, so they can be uploaded concurrently. It’s also very reliable: if a single part fails to upload, only that 5MB has to be retried.

    Uppy is being developed by the folks at Transloadit, a versatile file encoding service.

    Example

    const Uppy = require('@uppy/core')
    const AwsS3Multipart = require('@uppy/aws-s3-multipart')
    
    const uppy = new Uppy()
    uppy.use(AwsS3Multipart, {
      limit: 2,
      companionUrl: 'https://companion.myapp.com/'
    })

    Installation

    $ npm install @uppy/aws-s3-multipart

    We recommend installing from npm and then using a module bundler such as Webpack, Browserify or Rollup.js.

    Alternatively, you can also use this plugin in a pre-built bundle from Transloadit's CDN: Edgly. In that case Uppy will attach itself to the global window.Uppy object. See the main Uppy documentation for instructions.

    Documentation

    Documentation for this plugin can be found on the Uppy website.

    License

    The MIT License.

    Install

    npm i @uppy/aws-s3-multipart

    DownloadsWeekly Downloads

    22,763

    Version

    1.8.17

    License

    MIT

    Unpacked Size

    123 kB

    Total Files

    11

    Homepage

    uppy.io

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