When working on a new project and making API design and architecture decisions, the guiding principle for all decisions should really be: How will customers use it? As a developer working primarily on the front end of things, I’m interested … Read More
A recent article at tvtechnology.com, discusses the ambiguity of the term “archive,” and uses the Library of Congress archives as an example of how digital media is changing the way films are preserved for future access and use. It was … Read More
Old Form Uploads Our existing web applications have used a solid “form upload” mechanism for years, which serves as a fallback for people who cannot (or choose to not) use our Java applets for accelerated uploads. However, as more time … Read More
As a general development principle at FileCatalyst, we are guided by what our customers need from the product. However, we still occasionally indulge ourselves and include small changes to an application based on the simple question, “What’s something *I* would … Read More
We are pleased to announce the latest release in our FileCatalyst Webmail and FileCatalyst Workflow product lines. Both products have been updated to version 4.8.2. Read the version history and full release notes on support site.
Quicklink implemented our file transfer technology some time ago, as an option for their impressive Store and Forward LNG offering, giving users the ability to send content to a central location at maximum available line speed. As part of our … Read More
Today we released the latest versions of our FileCatalyst Workflow and FileCatalyst Webmail web applications. Webmail solves the problem of large file distribution, allowing users to send large files to anybody with an email address. Workflow solves this problem as … Read More
It’s a rare day that work feels like work around here, but that doesn’t change the fact that we’re indoors, most of us in front of computer screens. Iterating code, improving written copy, and working to get our software into … Read More