JavaPowUpload is easy client-side Java applet that can be used to perform multiple files uploads from a user machine to the web server. JavaPowUpload provides advanced features such as: Multiple file selection; Drag-n-drop files and folders, etc.
Dec 26, 2011 12:07:36
Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Unix, Mac OS
ASPPowUpload 1.0 ASPPowUpload is an ASP control that enables an ASP application to capture and save files uploaded to the web server by a browser. ASPPowUpload is fully compatible with the standard files upload protocol defined in RFC1867 for the HTML POST Form.
Description: JavaPowUpload is easy client-side solution that can be used to perform file uploads from a user machine to the server and file downloads from server to user mashine. JavaPowUpload is a crossplatform component that runs on any OS (Windows, Linux, Mac, etc) where Java Runtime Environment is installed. JavaPowUpload supports any standard file processing script on server side. It provides many advanced features such as: Multiple file selection; Drag-n-drop files and folders; Rich progress and status information during the upload process; File filters by extension; Possibility to cancel an upload anytime; Access to files date modified, date created, date last accessed, name, size information; Upload and download mode in one component, etc.
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