FTP without FTP programs

Imagine the horror. You're out and about in the real world and suddenly you realise you forgot to make a directory on your ftp server. Panic subsides as you realise you live in the 35th century and hence just about everything is at your e-fingertips. You whip out your fancy-ass Internet-enabled mobile and then...get stuck. Not so many of the smaller devices come with built in ftp clients. Web yes, ftp no.

Have no fear. There are a few web ftp clients, where you can play with a remote FTP server to your heart's content through a web browser. Not least of these is Net2FTP. Plenty of features abound. You can visit all your files, upload, download, edit, zip, copy, move, search and all that sort of malarkey. It has skins to make it pleasing to your eye, including one deliberately designed for low-end browsers such as those found on mobiles, PDAs and so on.

What's more, if you want your own copy or don't trust it for putting your t0p s3cret passwords into, you can download the PHP script that it runs on and install it yourself.


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