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Big deal !!!
You're in the business now, it strangely looks like the new service of the Debuggable Team announcing transloadit.com, they do use node.js and offers :
- Resize images
- Encode videos
- Extract thumbnails
- Store in S3
GOOD LUCK !!
Uh, how in the world does this sound like it's doing the same thing as transloadit.com ?
"If you have a web (or mobile) application that needs file uploading you should consider integrating transloadit."
"The startup we're doing is called StackVM. StackVM makes virtual machines much more accessible over the web, makes them easier to use, and makes them embeddable in webpages (like putting a virtual machine in a blog post). "
You're write ... I missed the main feature, and only focus on the node.js tools :(
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