react-fine-uploader - Easily integrate Fine Uploader or Fine Uploader S3 into a React app

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Makes using Fine Uploader in a React app simple. Drop-in high-level components for a turn-key UI. Use small focused components to build a more custom UI. These allow you to easily build a highly customizable and powerful UI for your upload widget, backed by Fine Uploader's core feature set. Most of these components are unstyled (i.e. ready to be styled by you). Focused component-specific stylesheets may be provided at a later date.

https://github.com/FineUploader/react-fine-uploader#readme

Dependencies:

fine-uploader-wrappers : ^1.0.1
object-assign : 4.1.1
react-transition-group : 2.x

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