Syncplify.me MFT! v1.0.4 released

We have released version 1.0.4 of our Syncplify.me MFT! software for Windows.

This update features the following improvements:

  • Improved: we switched our underlying “router” to a faster one that also implements a zero-allocation policy; our web interface is now faster and uses less memory than before
  • Fixed: in previous versions there was a glitch that prevented the “OverwriteIfNewer” option from working properly, this now behaves as documented

As usual, you can download this update from our web site.

Thank you.

Syncplify.me MFT! v1.0.2 released

We have released version 1.0.2 of our Syncplify.me MFT! software for Windows.

This update features the following improvements:

  • Fixed: small bug in the RemoteWatcher() reported by one of our users
  • Added: our own Log() function which is much better than JavaScript’s own console.log() – we recommend you always use our Log() function in your scripts from now on

As usual, you can download this update from our web site.

Thank you.

Syncplify.me MFT! v1.0 released for Windows

Today’s a big day here at Syncplify. We’re releasing the very first version of our newest software: Syncplify MFT!

You can find a good description of the software on our web site.

We’ve also made the full manual available online.

In the next few days we’ll also publish more videos on our YouTube channel, to show and explain MFT!’s most noteworthy features.

Thank you for your continued support. We’re always grateful to our users and customers, without whom we wouldn’t exist.

Blockly is coming to Syncplify.me MFT!

As you all know, the upcoming Syncplify.me MFT! product will enable system administrators to write their own managed file transfer scripts and run them in many different ways (unattended, scheduled, via REST API, and more…).

But we’re fully aware that not everyone is familiar with writing scripts, therefore we’re dropping in the “blockly” interface, to create your MFT scripts visually, without any deep JavaScript knowledge.

Here’s a very early preview (subject to change before it’s released):

We’re heading full speed towards the release!

Syncplify.me MFT! Beta-3 is available

We have just released Syncplify.me MFT! “beta.3”, and we’re working hard to try to get our release candidate ready in the next days.

For now, this new beta version:

  • further improves the web UI
  • adds support for posting notifications to Slack
  • adds support for sending text messages (SMS) via Twilio

To download this beta version you can go here: https://www.syncplify.me/mft.html

Thank you in advance for your feedback!

Syncplify.me MFT! Beta-2 is available

We have just released Syncplify.me MFT! “beta.2”, and we’re heading full speed towards the final release (general availability) of our newest software.

This new beta version:

  • improves the web UI
  • fixes bugs we found
  • fixes bugs you guys found and reported to us (thank you!!)

To download this beta version you can go here: https://www.syncplify.me/mft.html

Thank you in advance for your feedback!

Syncplify.me MFT! Beta-1 is available

Syncplify.me MFT! has just reached “beta.1” stage. This is a major milestone for us, because all alpha versions only supported the SFTP protocol (useful to crystallize the functionalities) but this is the first version that also adds support for AWS S3, Azure Blob Storage, and Google Cloud Storage.

The “beauty” of MFT! stems from the fact that you can basically utilize the exact same script logic independently of the storage platform. Literally the only difference is the connection properties to the back-end platform, because that’s – obviously – dependent on which storage you use.

But since an example is worth more than a thousand words… here’s a simple script that lists a directory and uploads some files to S3:

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