CloudDownload ?

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  1. Kennet
    Kennet avatar
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    Jun 2009

    Posted 17 Aug 2014 Link to this post


    CloudUpload is a relay good idea, but how about CloudDownload?

    And I relay like to see support for "One Drive" or "Dropbox", this a an alernitive for the users that Azure is to expensive.

  2. Martin
    Martin avatar
    1042 posts

    Posted 20 Aug 2014 Link to this post

    Hi Kennet,

    If you think that it will be good for our suite to include CloudDownload control you can create new feature request in our feedback portal, with detailed description about how you expect the control to look and feel. Then we are going to consider your request and if we decide that it is good-to-have feature we will approve the request. Once a feature request is approved it will be visible for all our customers and they can  vote for its implementation and increase its priority, and at some point its implementation might be included in our planning.

    As for support of the cloud storage services, we don't expose a provider for Azure or any other service out of the box. Instead the CloudUpload provides an interface (ICloudUploadProvider) that should be used to implement custom provider that wraps the API of the used cloud service. 

    Our SDK examples demonstrate how to implement custom providers with different services. Currently, we have examples for the Azure, Amazon and Everlive APIs. If you want to use "One Drive" or "Dropbox" you can implement providers using their APIs. However, the Dropbox doesn't support a C# API officially, but you can take a look at the third party API's.

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