Tuesday, January 27th, 2009

WebDAV Client in Ajax

Category: Showcase

Ajax File Browser isn’t just a set of tree components. It implements the WebDAV API, and features:

  • Cross-browser, cross-OS: runs in IE, Firefox, Safari and Chrome
  • WebDAV RFC 2518 compliant
  • POST-upload and upload progress support

And coming soon:

  • Locks management
  • IE 8 and improved IE 7 support
  • Upload to third-party WebDAV servers
  • More programming features

Posted by Dion Almaer at 5:15 am

3.8 rating from 30 votes


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LOL, i open up the site in Safari and I get an javascript error immediately.

TypeError: Result of expression ‘_85’ [null] is not an object.”

Cross browser huh ;)?

Comment by V1 — January 27, 2009

Yeah, I built something just like this a couple of years ago. It’s kind of a neat combination, ajax and webdav. Its pretty perfect for exactly this kind of thing (and not much else that I can think of).

Comment by genericallyloud — January 27, 2009

Over at LimeBits (http://limebits.com/ the same people behind LimeWire) they have an open source javascript WEBDAV library and some clients as well (e.g. a blogging platform on top of WEBDAV)

Comment by dmayle — January 27, 2009


Comment by jeanph01 — January 27, 2009

Wow… but…

Not Good! It’ toooooo expansive!!!

Single Server License
1250 USD

Redistribution License
2250 USD

Comment by vanholy — January 28, 2009

It seems to be using Dojo, but isn’t noted in the category.

Comment by phiggins — January 29, 2009

We have just posted a spotlight to Dojo: http://dojotoolkit.org/spotlight/it-hit-ajax-file-browser

Comment by ITHit — January 30, 2009

V1, what safari version are you using? AJAX File Browser supports Safari 3.0.4 or later

Comment by ITHit — January 30, 2009

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