FilePond vs Filestack: What are the differences?
FilePond and Filestack can be primarily classified as "File Uploads" tools.
Some of the features offered by FilePond are:
- Accepts directories, files, blobs, local URLs, remote URLs and Data URIs
- Drop files, select on filesystem, copy and paste files, or add files using the API
- Async uploading with AJAX, or encode files as base64 data and send along form post
On the other hand, Filestack provides the following key features:
- Connect your app to everything from Dropbox to Gmail in just 2 lines of code and let Filepicker.io handle the mess of uploading files - we give you a clean, short URL that is easy to store and read from.
- To make it even easier to work with user content, we enable image post-processing. This way, regardless of what type of file a user uploads from the Cloud or their local device, you can be sure it's in exactly the right size. To convert an image, take the filepicker url and append /convert, along with query parameters specifying what you want to change.
FilePond is an open source tool with 7.06K GitHub stars and 347 GitHub forks. Here's a link to FilePond's open source repository on GitHub.
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Would love to see what tech stack Filestack uses. ;-)