MyFTPUploader is a Java applet for uploading multiple files to an FTP Server. An applet is a piece of software that runs in a web page. The uploader supports recursive folder uploads, zip and image resizing.
Features: MyFTPUploader is multiple file uploader. Loading files on to a FTP site one by one is a tedious job most often. This Java applet gets around that problem and lets you drag & drop several files into the work area and then the program takes care of uploading all the files one by one. An applet is a piece of software that runs in a web page. The uploader supports recursive folder uploads, zip, encryption and image resizing. Beside the multiple file upload feature you could drop a folder and the applet will take care of uploading the individual members of the folder automatically. File filtering and large file uploads are supported. Easy configuration and automatic logon are supported. Upload status is indicated by the progress bar. Secure FTP is supported via FTPS. Multiple language is supported as is encryption.
The interface has multiple look and feel and it is so simple that no real support is required to get the users productive right away. The easy to install application has multi language capability. The languages are mostly European and include Danish, Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Norwegian, Spanish and Swedish. Many hosting providers have limited the HTTP upload. MyFTPUploader uses not HTTP but FTP. Therefore you don`t have any problems with uploading large files. Unlike ActiveX components MyFTPUploader is platform independent. The applet thus works on a Mac or on a Linux machine. Folder upload takes care of all the subdirectories in the folder as well. Source code is supplied if paid for additionally. This is for those who want to integrate the applet into their application.
Overall: Makes your upload job quite easy, you get to see the progress clearly including how much time is left etc.