JumpLoader 2.28.0 freeware
JumpLoader is a Java applet designed to upload files from the client to a server. This is a valuable replacement for rudiment of HTML.
This is suitable tool for webmasters who wish to provide a better way for users to upload files to their websites. This could be photo galleries, web hosting providers or any kind of service that requires user files retrieval.
JumpLoader is free.
|OS||Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Java|
|Installation||Instal And Uninstall|
|Keywords||JumpLoader, Jump Loader, file uploader, upload file, server upload, uploader, upload, server|
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|2.28.0||Nov 13, 2013||New Release||* Feature: distributing version signed with trusted certificate
* Feature: added IJSUploader method addFileFromContent( String name, String content ):
add upload file from content, return error message or null if ok
|2.25.0||Mar 13, 2013||New Release||* Feature: added method IJumploaderApplet.openFile(String location) - opens file using associated editor
* Feature: added parameter ViewConfig.fileListViewDetailsView - shows whether file list view should display details view initially (false by default)
* Bugfix: rendered 0 length for directories
* Bugfix: FTP upload did not resume partially uploaded files
|2.22.0||Jan 4, 2012||New Release||# Feature: added parameter UploaderConfig.documentProcessorDownloadFolder:
download folder location for document processor, temporary location will be used if empty (by default)
# Feature: added parameter ViewConfig.useAwtFileChooser:
use java.awt.FileChooser, this contains native file dialog component,
but unable to select directories and multiple files prior to java 7
# Feature: added parameter UploaderConfig.imageTransformationUseRelativeValues:
shows whether saved image transformation values should use relative values instead of absolute. relative value
formula is: r = a / d, where "a" is absolute value (i.e. radius of blur) and d is image frame diagonal
# Bugfix: ViewConfig.frameTitle have no effect
# Feature: added IJumpLoaderApplet method JFrame getFrame(),
so it is possible to manipulate frame with api calls (http://docs.oracle.com/javase/6/docs/api/javax/swing/JFrame.html).