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Uppy.io

Next open source file uploader for web browsers

Uppy is a sleek modular file uploader for web browsers. Easy uploads to S3 or your app, file previews, progress bar, drag/drop, resumable uploads via tus.io open standard, encoding backends, React/Redux support, metadata, form encapsulation, import from Webcam/Instagram/Google Drive/Dropbox/URLs. 100% open source, backed by a company (Transloadit)

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DropPy

Automate anything via drag & drop using Python.

You can use anything you can drag & drop on macOS as input for DropPy: Files & folders, emails, calendar items, images, URLs, images on websites, rich & plain text, ...

DropPy pulls out all contained data and passes it through a series of reusable Python scripts (Tasks). Order and parameters are defined using a simple JSON format (Workflows).

GitHub
droppy-workspace - All the JSON Workflows and Python Tasks that come with the DropPy macOS app.
Droppyapp
Python scripting for anything you can drag & drop.
Droppyapp
Create a new file *.json the Workflows subfolder of your DropPy workspace (default: /Users/YourUserName/DropPy/Workflows/). The Workflows that come with DropPy adhere to a naming scheme of Category.Name - but you can name your Workflow as you wish. Take a look into the Workflows that come with DropPy for the structure of Workflow json files.
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Python scripting for anything you can drag & drop.
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imgix

Your images, processed on the fly, delivered fast.

Ryan Hoover- Founder, Product Hunt
Imgix is ideal for developers and regular image compression. We use it on Product Hunt to convert images and GIFs to difference sizes and resolutions. Without it, the site would be widely slow.
Mike Coutermarsh- Code @ GitHub
For PH we store images on S3 and then put imgix in front of them. Highly recommend if you need on-the-fly image processing (resize, format, quality, color, cropping...etc...).
Mike Coutermarsh- Code @ GitHub
If you're serving these up on a website, I'd recommend setting up imgix. Then you can pass the watermark params in the URL and every image will automatically be watermarked. Take a look at the docs here: https://docs.imgix.com/apis/url/... (we use imgix for resizing/optimizing images on PH)
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