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genoist 05-28-2005 11:39 AM

FTP client
 
The countdown until I get my 7250 BB is down to a bit over two weeks, and I have had no luck finding an FTP client for it. I ran a seach, and came up empty. Is there a Blackberry FTP client out there?

pauldumais 05-29-2005 09:13 AM

Can you explain what you would like to accomplish with an FTP client on a BlackBerry?

genoist 05-29-2005 09:24 AM

I'd like to be able to use a text editor to write updates for a web page, then use an FTP client to upload the file to my web server. The host I use only has FTP access.

genoist 06-02-2005 09:42 PM

Any way at all to send/receive files from an ftp server?

amnesia 06-03-2005 09:32 AM

I would also like to see an ftp client that inclues fxp (server to server) support.

genoist 06-11-2005 12:39 PM

bump

BBFreak 06-13-2005 09:57 AM

That would be a great idea because I would like to control my site from my BB. The only thing about that is that the BB doesn't support file managment as far as I know so that may be a tough task to accomplish. the makers of eCell and eFile (can't remember their name right now) have a file management system for the BB, but not sure how that could be intergrated.

Hackberry 06-13-2005 10:26 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by genoist
I'd like to be able to use a text editor to write updates for a web page, then use an FTP client to upload the file to my web server. The host I use only has FTP access.

Do you already have a text editor picked out? (and if so, which one?). Seems these blackberries aren't really intended for file-manglement style tasks, they're more about simple communication. Sure people have got office-type apps working, but that's not really what the device is about. So if you are expecting a sort of mini-laptop with all the capabilities, you're going to be disappointed.

Lord_ZealoN 06-15-2005 05:29 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BBFreak
That would be a great idea because I would like to control my site from my BB. The only thing about that is that the BB doesn't support file managment as far as I know so that may be a tough task to accomplish. the makers of eCell and eFile (can't remember their name right now) have a file management system for the BB, but not sure how that could be intergrated.

Dynoplex is the company. They have the api published

They say this in the web.

Quote:

Tools for Developers

As described above, eFile provides tools for developers to easily create applications that take advantage of the system components. There are three parts to the tools library, each with distinct functionality that it provides to the user and the application developer.

* These parts include: File Access SDK - enables developers to create, read and write files that would then be visible and available in the eFile UI program;
* File UI components - include standardized UI dialogs that can be used by developers to provide a predictable UI experience to the end users working with opening, creating and saving files and folders;
* File Launch Associations - enable a developer to register a file type with eFile. A file of this type will be accompanied with an icon supplied by the developer, and when the file is selected to be opened in eFile, the associated application will be launched with the selected file.

pauldumais 03-17-2006 03:00 PM

Idokorro has just released an FTP client for BlackBerry called Idokorro Mobile FTP.

You can get more information from:
http://www.idokorro.com/products/ftp-features.shtml

Or you can download a free trial over the air from:
http://mobile.idokorro.com

The Idokorro Team



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