S3 Browser
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Admin tool for the Amazon S3 data storage service.   Free
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S3 Browser is a Mac OS X administration tool for the Amazon S3 data storage service.

My goal is to build a small application useful in itself for developers or users subscribed to the S3 service, but also to provide example code showing how to access S3 through the REST API in a OS X Objective-C client application, on top of OS X technologies (Keychain, URL loading system, ...).

Basic S3 operations are implemented (bucket list/create/delete), objects deletion, upload and download (using streaming network code to be able to deal with large files). There is also a small
What's New
Version 1.1:
  • Command-line version ! (contributed by Gerhard Poul, Thanks !). Check the s3util target in the Xcode project
  • Privacy settings in upload are now saved across sessions (#42)
  • Improvements in core network code (Gerhard, Michael)
  • Improved compliance with S3 reference (Harmen)
  • Additional safeguard dialog when removing objects (#43)
  • Preparing support for virtual hosting buckets and european/us switch for next version
  • Improvements to the upload/download rate displays
Version 1.1:
  • Command-line version ! (contributed by Gerhard Poul, Thanks !). Check the s3util target in the Xcode project
  • Privacy settings in upload are now saved across sessions (#42)
  • Improvements in core network code (Gerhard, Michael)
  • Improved compliance with S3 reference (Harmen)
  • more...
Requirements
Intel/PPC, Mac OS X 10.4 or later, Amazon WebServices account.







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S3 Browser User Discussion (Write a Review)
ver. 1.x:
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burypromote

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_ado reviewed on 16 Feb 2010
Works very well. It uploads with configurable content-type and privacy settings. Works fast as well. A time-saver.
[Version 1.1]


burypromote
+1

+5

Codexmachina reviewed on 21 Dec 2009
This works as advertised, and got me up and running on S3 buckets in a matter of minutes. Kudos.
[Version 1.1]


burypromote
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Winco commented on 17 Oct 2008
ZO219 is obviously a propellerhead and tight-as-a-ducks arse as well! JungleDisk is $20 for as many PCs, Macs & Linux's as you can use. Jeez! What do you want? This app has nowhere near as many features as JD or JungleDiskPro. I wonder if ZO219 is the developer or a friend of the developer? Mmmmm... Give this a miss folks. USD$20 is nothing to pay for piece of mind.

PS-I do not work for JungleDisk BTW.
[Version 1.1]


burypromote
+4

+201

Zo219 reviewed on 07 Mar 2008
This way better than Jungledisk, which I'm sorry I paid for.

S3 is mostly straightforward, behaving as you would expect. There's no indication that the terrific browser window opens by double-clicking on the bucket name in the Connection window. But that window, gee, lists your files, in English, their sizes, listed your files, by name, their sizes and dates, the immense number of S3 logs, etc.

There now, was that so hard? It eludes me why Jungle Disk is so ... complicated? Expensive? Exists?
[Version 1.1]


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Version Downloads:4,039
Type:Internet : Internet Utilities
License:Free
Date:27 Jan 2008
Platform:PPC 32 / Intel 32 / OS X
Price:Free0.00
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S3 Browser is a Mac OS X administration tool for the Amazon S3 data storage service.

My goal is to build a small application useful in itself for developers or users subscribed to the S3 service, but also to provide example code showing how to access S3 through the REST API in a OS X Objective-C client application, on top of OS X technologies (Keychain, URL loading system, ...).

Basic S3 operations are implemented (bucket list/create/delete), objects deletion, upload and download (using streaming network code to be able to deal with large files). There is also a small low-level request inspector and a task console.

To use this application, you will need a Amazon WebServices account.


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