Flask Extension implementing the Tus.io server side resumable upload protocol
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README.md

Flask-Tus

Flask Extension implementing the Tus.io server protocol

Prerequisites (redis)

Currently flask-tus is reliant on a local redis server. This is used for caching information about uploads in progress. It is on the roadmap to remove this dependancy. You must install the redis python package for this extension to work.

pip install redis

Installation

Installation from source (this repository)

python setup.py install

Installation from PyPi repository (recommended for latest stable release)

pip install Flask-Tus

Usage

demo.py

from flask import Flask, render_template, send_from_directory
from flask_tus import tus_manager
import os

app = Flask(__name__)
tm = tus_manager(app, upload_url='/file-upload', upload_folder='uploads/')

tus_manager() registers two new url endpoint /file-upload and /file-upload/<resource>. You can not define views for those urls in your app. Simply use any tus client and point it to /file-upload as the endpoint

Building (local instructions for me
  1. python setup.py sdist
  2. twine upload