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Tutorials, case studies and how-tos from our experts

Storing user-uploaded content on S3-compatible services with Kloudless’ File Explorer

When choosing the right cloud storage service to integrate into your application, you must first decide which type of storage best fit your needs. Does your app simply require the ability to share internal documents among coworkers, or are you looking to store thousands of user-uploaded pictures and high-quality video files? While both of these … Continue Reading

Upgrade your Toolbox: SDKs and File Explorer

Kloudless developers have a new Ruby SDK, updated Python and Java SDKs, as well as an improved File Explorer at their fingertips. SDKs A Ruby SDK is now available! Try it out here. The Python and Java SDKs have been upgraded to include the Team and Permissions endpoints, as well as the Management API. The … Continue Reading

Now Open-Sourced: Kloudless File Explorer

Kloudless has open-sourced its File Explorer, part of the Kloudless UI toolkit. The File Explorer allows users to browse and select files and folders from their storage services. Developers can immediately access File Explorer on GitHub, along with other software development kits (SDKs) and UI tools. Open-sourcing File Explorer enables easier customizations, debugging and self-hosting … Continue Reading

File Explorer Updates: Two New Ways to Access Files

Downloading files via File Explorer links The File Explorer now accepts an option named ‘direct_link’. When true, the links created via the File Explorer will download the file for the user, rather than present a view for the file in the appropriate cloud storage service. This functionality enables your app’s users to download and create … Continue Reading

How to create folders using the File Explorer

Sometimes your users might have documents that don’t fit into their current organizational scheme. They’ll have to create a new folder. Going to whatever cloud storage service of their choice, creating a new folder, and then going back to your app is certainly an option, but it’s a painful one. 🙁 Why put your users … Continue Reading