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News: How To Write A Dead-Simple Online Network Drive using Java & WebDAV

  1. If you've ever thought about exposing your Java web app as a network folder that can be mounted as a drive, we've written a step-by-step guide using the Milton WebDAV library.  The blog walks you through exposing a scratchpad that you can extrapolate to your own needs.

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  2. Good article[ Go to top ]

    And nice to see someone is finally doing some decent documentation for milton  :)

  3. Milton's little sister is <a href="Geroa" rel="nofollow">http://geroa.ettrema.com">Geroa, an email server API</a>. It does for email what milton does for webdav, and uses the same pattern of resource interfaces.

    Both tools are mutually compatible, but also independent. So you can easily use them together to provide an integrated collaboration environment.

  4. Ah, I see TSS has made the editor an easy to use wysiwig thing. Here's that link again - Geroa, an email server API