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FTP Applet

FTP Applet is a full-featured Java 1.1-based FTP client that runs in the context of your Web browser. It is targeted towards organizations that wish to provide their users an easy method of exchanging data without the need for installing FTP client software.

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  •  20 May 2004 16:31

    Release Notes: The ability to browse local drives was added. The ability to browse recent remote directories was added. Support for Mac OS 9 environments was added.

    •  28 Oct 2003 03:39

      Release Notes: CPU utilization was improved. The "Transfer Status" dialog is no longer displayed when switching between applications. The ability to communicate with VMS servers was added. The ability to control the display of Connect, Disconnect, Help, and About buttons individually was added. The ability to disable the host, passive, and anonymous controls in the connect dialog was added. The ability to define a custom help file location to be used when clicking on the Help button was added.

      •  09 Aug 2003 04:51

        No changes have been submitted for this release.

        Recent comments

        23 Apr 2004 03:21 luro

        a very good piece of code, but ....
        Hello,

        I am very satisfied with this applet.

        The only thing is that (i work for a non commercial / non profit organization) i can use the "Lite" version but it seems "Professional" version, the one with the good features is not available for free. This is really too bad, but anyway this is really a good work.

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