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tus.io protocol implementation for aiohttp.web applications

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tus.io server implementation for aiohttp.web applications.

For uploading large files, please consider using aiotus (Python 3.7+) library instead.

  • Works on Python 3.6+
  • Works with aiohttp 3.5+
  • BSD licensed
  • Latest documentation on Read The Docs
  • Source, issues, and pull requests on GitHub

Quickstart

Code belows shows how to enable tus-compatible uploads on /uploads URL for aiohttp.web application. After upload, files will be available at ../uploads directory.

from pathlib import Path

from aiohttp import web
from aiohttp_tus import setup_tus


app = setup_tus(
    web.Application(),
    upload_url="/uploads",
    upload_path=Path(__file__).parent.parent / "uploads",
)

Chunk Size

Please, make sure to configure client_max_size for aiohttp.web Application and supply proper chunkSize for Uppy.io or other tus.io client.

Documentation

Examples

examples/ directory contains several examples, which illustrate how to use aiohttp-tus with some tus.io clients, such as tus.py and Uppy.io.

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