Glad to announce a new release of the Synchro Client (Mac / Windows), which gathers a lot of bugfixes for improving stability and performances. Tested on Windows 32/64 bits & Mac 64bit, Linux is still not packaged, any contribution on this would be welcome.
More info about the application here. The installers are available on Sourceforge : https://sourceforge.net/projects/ajaxplorer/files/ajaxplorer-sync/dev/.
Please test and report bugs directly on the GitHub issues tracker .
For those of you that are not necessarily in the tweeter loop, just a quick note to draw your attention on the now up-to-date and signed linux packages for both Enterprise Linux 6 distributions (RHEL, CentOS, Scientific Linux) and Debian based (Debian Squeeze & Ubuntu 12 tested successfully).
Follow the instructions on the Download page.
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!
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. The Documentation was fully reworked and split into three main categories depending on who reads it. The preview iOS client website is reintegrated instead of leaving its own life elsewhere.
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.