JUpload uploads multiple files at once to a webserver using standard POST request (see RFC1867 for technical details).
It is a multi-threaded, more comfortable and customizable java applet version of the INPUT TYPE=FILE tags from HTML. It runs client-side in the browser (Microsoft, Netscape, Opera and more are supported). Free sample scripts included (ASP, PHP, JSP). Supports HTTPS, Upload resuming and caching proxies, image previewing and Plug-In modules.
U-Upload is an FTP upload applet that runs in a web page. Powered by Unlimited FTP applet, U-Upload provides one of the fastest ways to upload files on the internet. U-Upload does not require a special server program or CGI in order to run like other upload components. It will connect to any standard FTP server, giving you full control over where files are stored. Some of the feartures include MacBinary support, automatic Zip, upload entire directories, and much more.
The new AppletFile 3.0 is packed with all the features you've been asking for including:
Internationalized user interface for 12 different languages
Improved support for SSL, Proxy and Authenticated uploading
Easier to customize with more parameters and a full blown scripting interface
Faster file transfers with our unique AutoZIPTM technology
Control the user experience before, during, after file transfers
Synchronize downloading updated files with our AutoSYNCTM technology
Verify the integrity of your file transfers with builtin support for MD5 message digests
See the Release Notes for a complete description of AppletFile 3.0 or download your free trial version today!
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A Secure FTP applet with a graphical user interface and a file size less than 130 KB. Written in pure java, runs on all platforms. Does not require any additional downloads.
In moving to version 1.20 several new features including multithreading has been added, yet the file size has decreased by over ten percent.
A Drag and Drop upload applet. A progress indicator is displayed during the upload.
Advanced features include recursive upload of directories and imposing upload limits on the client side.
Works over HTTP and FTP. Version 1.19 introduced copy paste support.
The Lite edition is available as a free download.
Secure FTP Applet is a secure FTP client component that runs within the context of your web browser as a Java applet. Secure FTP Applet can establish a connection using either standard FTP or the SFTP protocol for a secure connection. It is designed to let non-technical users exchange data with an FTP server while ensuring that all data exchanged is completely secure.
This is an "Explorer" style file manager tree that is cross-platform and designed to display in browsers as part of a web application. Numerous facilities are provided for editing and managing contents drawn from databases. This programme/applet is primarily designed for integration with your own in-house scripts and web application, so it has numerous "hook-in" features for communicating with your application and visually dovetailing with it.
"the upload princess", a great way to upload multiple files in one go. This applet is easy implemented, and with auto generate parameters from the uppri webpage, it is to siute your needs... Set max filesize, filetypes and max number of files uploaded pr go. Add a welcome-message or a help dialog(for those slow users). Set background and text color. Workes with any type of web-technology(php asp jsp dhtml pl). Because of its method of sending files it doesn't need any server side aplications(like ftp), and it goes through firewalls. All you need to do on the server side is to make a form prossesor/ handler written in any scripting language.
JFS is a simple, TCP/IP based network filesystem protocol. It allows applets running in a web browser to load and save files on a remote server, as well as send email and print documents through the JFS server. Because Java applets cannot access the filesystem of the machine they are running on, this provides a useful way for applets to store state information.