tus-resumable-upload-protocol - Open Protocol for Resumable File Uploads

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The protocol is in the protocol.md file. It is rendered as HTML via Jekyll/Kramdown by the tus.io repository (type make preview there).

https://tus.io
https://github.com/tus/tus-resumable-upload-protocol

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