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Relay: New Avatar of AJAX Directory Manager

Open Source Version of AJAX Directory Manager Launched In Response to Popular Demand

Chris Iufer and David Barshow have updated and relaunched their Ajax Directory Manager which is now called Relay. Relay is an AJAX alternative to the old fashioned file managers that come with hosting packages. The AJAX interface promises a better, faster user experience.

• drag-n-drop files and folders
• dynamic loading file structure
• upload progress bar
• thumbnail view, including pdf
• multiple users & accounts

Minimum Requirements:
• PHP version 4+
• MySQL version 4+
• Perl 5.8.0 (for upload progress)
• Apache 2.0

The creators’ blog on the Relay website contains this message from Chris Iufer, “We are pleased to announce the release of Relay beta 1. This initial release is our response to the dozens of readers of ajaxian.com who asked for an open source version of our Ajax Directory Manager. We are freely distributing the software open-source. The project is launching as a public Beta, and we hope that the community will really help us make this thing stellar. Were positioning it as a better way to manage your site files for things like blogs or personal homepages, and to transfer files between artists and their clients. Dave and I really pushed hard to get this thing working on different platforms and get a new style setup. We hope you like it. Also there is a live demo and a wiki setup to help you along the way.”

More information and downloads are available at the official Relay website http://ecosmear.com/relay

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