Archive for the ‘Applets’ Category

FileCatalyst Applets: Persisting File Transfers Across Site

Monday, January 7th, 2013
Overview The FileCatalyst JavaScript API offers the ability to implement an accelerated file transfer application from within a web browser. Using the API, you are able to customize the end-user's file transfer experience, integrating the file transfer into your site (in terms of both functionality and UI) in a way not necessarily possible with the […]

Tips & Tricks: Internet Explorer and FileCatalyst Applets

Monday, December 3rd, 2012
When a FileCatalyst applet is loaded in a user's computer the Internet Explorer 9 may show following warning: "FileCatalyst wants to use an old version of java (1.6.0_18) that is not installed on your system. We recommend running this application with the latest version of Java on your computer". This is caused by IE not […]

FileCatalyst JavaScript API: In-Browser File Transfer

Tuesday, January 31st, 2012
Introduction The FileCatalyst JavaScript API offers the ability to implement an accelerated file transfer application from within a web browser. Using the API, you are able to customize the end-user's file transfer experience, integrating the file transfer into your site (in terms of both functionality and UI) in a way not necessarily possible with the […]

FileCatalyst Direct as "Building Blocks"

Monday, April 19th, 2010
FileCatalyst Direct is marketed primarily as our point-to-point file transfer system. At its most basic level, the solution requires server-side installation (FileCatalyst Direct Server), and a connection from a client option. On the client side, you don't even need installation—options like our Web Applets don't need anything from the client except an internet connection and […]

Applets are Applications, too

Wednesday, March 17th, 2010
Without mentioning any names (I'm far too polite for that!), a client shared with us that an employee of a competitor essentially said that "web applets are slow" while trying to dissuade them from going with our product. This misinformation may seem to "ring true" to your average technology user. Or even your more knowledgeable […]

Firefox 3, Google Chrome and Java Applets

Wednesday, February 25th, 2009
When SUN finally came out with Java Plugin 1.6.0_10, I was extatic! Finally our Java Applets will be able to run in Internet Explorer 7 (IE7)  unrestricted, with the ability to access all parts of the c:\ drive. This was possible due to the "The Next-Generation Java Plugin"  which is completely independent from the IE7 […]