Created on 2012/02/17
Announcing the release of the Android Client 1.0.2 on the Android Market. Major changes : Huge performance improvement when parsing server response (listing files and folders) Images Preview : go to next/previous image with a finger swipe, switch to full screen by tapping. Images Preview : pass the server the dimension of the screen for a better thumbnail size. Only supported by AjaXplorer 4.0.3 Auto-add server : when browsing to AjaXplorer ( > 4.0.3) via a web browser, click and add the server url to the remote servers. Deep refactoring of the code to separate the pure "Http AjaXplorer Client" from the Android specific displays. Should be transparent to the user. Fixed many crashes as reported automatically by the users.
Created on 2012/02/07
Thanks to David Robinson contribution, there is now a new tutorial available in the "Administrators" Documentation, teaching how to use the "Conf" driver CUSTOM_DATA field to automatize custom keywords replacement in both the repositories options, and on the GUI as well, using the action.skeleton plugin. Nice work David!
Created on 2012/01/10
The iPhone/iPad/iPod Touch dedicated AjaXplorer client version 1.4 is now available on the AppStore. Major changes : Basic HTTP Authentification support Autolock the application with a PIN code. "Pull to refresh" implementation (replaces the reload button) Preloading photos in background when viewing them. Send an image by email New application icon, to reflect ajaxplorer 4 changes.
Created on 2011/12/16
Along with the new core ajaxplorer4.0, here comes a new packaging of the CMS bridges. They were carefully retested on this new version, documentation is updated, and some CMS modules are updated as well. Drupal now provides a 7.X compatible module, as the previous was not working (both 6.X and 7.X are released in the package). To avoid confusion, this package is numbered the same as the core version (4.0).
Created on 2011/12/10
As featured in their monthly newsletter, the major american hosting provider Dreamhost has replace the old net2ftp solution by AjaXplorer for their webftp solution. Nice demonstration of how auth.ftp & access.ftp drivers can be used to transform AjaXplorer into a generic FTP client in the browser! And of course, nice demonstration of the fiability of the software.
Created on 2011/12/09
Glad to "go live" with the new website. I've worked on it like a dog for a couple of weeks now, I know it's not perfect so please take some time before getting some "I don't find myself anymore" back :-). A great new feature is that a lot of data is generated dynamically, for example the whole plugins tree is directly loaded from a real AjaXplorer installation, making it always up-to-date.