By subPrint Interactive
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Gunnar is a drag and drop file uploader for Rackspace Cloud Files™.
Now, uploading files to your Rackspace Cloud Files account is dead simple.
Simply login (one time) and effortlessly drag and drop files from your computer into Gunnar and watch your files automatically upload to a container of your choice.
Gunnar supports multiple file uploads and files up to 5 gigabytes in size. There’s even CNAME support for your CDNs that you’ve created CNAMEs for.
NOTE: A Rackspace Cloud Files account is required to use Gunnar.
Simple Solution for Developers with Cloud Files Account
As the description says, this works with a Rackspace Cloud Files account to turn the somewhat mundane process of uploading files to your CDN enabled container into a simple and easy drag and drop process! I had a question regarding the inability to see some of my containers and the developer was very responsive letting me know this is for CDN enabled containers only currently. Makes perfect sense to me now. Sometimes really all you want to do it get something up to your cloud quickly and easily when developing a site or application. This app fills the bill. Good stuff.
I purchased this app before I read the bad review it had. Well, I'm glad I did! The description clearly states that you need a Rackspace Cloud FIles account to successfully use this app. I already had one and have been searching for a simpler way to upload files without building a script from scratch. This app uploads all my files to the proper folders quickly and flawlessly! A+!!
"This sounds like a easy way to get some money!"
Works, but with most minimal implementation it could.
For example: No ability to create containers, no upload status whatsoever (yeah try uploading huge files).
It's really not worth your money for something your web browser could do.
My advice is to use S3 instead (which is basically free for a year) and use Transmit to manage it. I just use Cloud Files because it's attached to Cloud Server so closely.
Oh, it and it looks like the site was as much as a time investment as this application.