Easily integrate Fine Uploader into a VueJS 2 app. Drop-in high-level components for a turn-key UI. Use small focused components to build a more custom UI.
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Makes using Fine Uploader in a VueJS 2 app simple. Drop-in high-level components for a turn-key UI. Use small focused components to build a more custom UI.

❗️ This is a work in progress refactor ️️❗️

The current working version is on the v2 branch which is right here.

I know I never really finished the v2 and that it's full of bugs. This is why I'm restarting from the ground up. I'm not the developer I was 2 years ago when I made this library and I think that I can now offer something way more powerful that its current state.

What will change

1. The repo is going to be renamed vue-fine-uploader to match the naming convention of FineUploader.

2. Introduction of renderless components to offer full control over the presentation of the different components.

To avoid forcing everyone to switch to renderless components a set of opiniated components will be created.

I'm going to try and make them as accessible as possible.

3. Unit tests.

It had no unit test until now, which made it fairly complicated to debug an issue and tests PRs.

Improved documentation with CodeSandbox examples.

I'm going to rewrite the whole documentation and make it user friendlier (is that even a word?) and create CodeSandbox example instead of plain text inside the README.