Better FTP, API and performance for Autumn 2018
Winter is coming and we've been preparing for it well at Offcloud. Over the past several weeks, we've been developing some really nice updates to our platform.
Here is a summary of what we’ve been doing.
Resumable FTP uploads
We have now improved the way files are being uploaded via FTP, and we’ve implemented support for resumable file uploads. That means if an upload fails, the system will be able to retry and resume the downloading without any transfer lost. Awesome, isn’t it?
Improved cloud API
We have added some options to our API to let you explore archived files (zips and folders) available in your Offcloud cloud storage space. It should give you more flexibility with your third-party tools. You can learn more about our API at https://github.com/Offcloud/offcloud-api
Improved torrent cache
Our system for caching torrents is now more robust. It will allow you to instantaneously download data from torrents that have already been fetched by other users.
Improved uploads to Google Drive and Dropbox
Our system is now capable of transferring files to Google Drive and Dropbox in a faster and more stable manner. It comes with better speeds and resumable transfers option, turning Offcloud into the industry’s leading solution to remote upload files from the web to Google Drive and Dropbox.
That’s pretty much it for now. We hope you appreciate those updates and we will ensure to give you another round of new features before the end of this year. Stay tuned!