Java Upload and Download Applets

Java upload applets are an ideal solution for file and folder upload. Unlike ActiveX components applets are platform independent. This means that they also work on a Mac or on a Linux machine. JavaAtWork offers two multiple file upload applets. One for HTTP and one for FTP.

MyUploader 1.18  -  HTTP Java Upload Applet

MyUploader is the award winning java applet for uploading files to a web server using the HTTP(S) protocol. It offers you impressive benefits; from time saving file uploads to one of the most intuitive interfaces ever created.
Main Benefits

yes Multiple file upload yes Drag and drop
yes Folder upload yes Zip
yes Image resizing yes Multiple look and feels
yes And much more . . . .  
box MyUploader

MyFTPUploader 1.10  -  FTP Java Upload Applet

MyFTPUploader is a powerful java upload applet for uploading files to an FTP server. The java uploader is highly configurable; from automatic login to setting the default transfer type. Besides that, the upload applet has the same award winning inferface as MyUploader.
Main Benefits

yes Multiple file upload yes Drag and drop
yes Folder upload yes Progress bar
yes Image resizing yes Windows look-and-feel
yes And much more . . . .  
box MyFTPUploader

MyDownloader 1.12  -  HTTP Java Download Applet

MyDownloader is an applet for downloading multilple files at once. The downloader can download entire tree structures. If you need to download multiple files then this is a perfect solution.
Main Benefits

yes Multiple file download yes Drag and drop
yes Folder download yes Drop to favourite program
yes Multiple look 'n' feels yes Simplified folderchooser
yes And much more . . . .  
box MyDownloader

MyImageUploader 1.5  -  Java Image Uploader

MyImageUploader is a Java uploader especially designed to upload images. It has a nice thumbnail view for selecting the files easily. Thumbnails can be created and uploaded on the fly.
Main Benefits

yes Thumbnail view yes Image resizing
yes Upload of thumbnails yes Secure
yes View of selected images  
yes And much more . . . .  
box MyImageUploader