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  Quote Kirill Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: January 21 2011 at 2:40pm
Originally posted by senghong79

I would like to request for itunes file sharing, that is, to upload and download the zip files through itunes file sharing as an alternative to wifi. That will be much more convenient and able to overcome the 40MB limit easily.


Just FYI...

The file upload through iTunes File Sharing is currently implemented in another our app Sites-2-Go.

Implementation of the same feature in iSaveWeb app has some technical difficulties.
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  Quote whynot Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 10 2011 at 6:04am
I would like to save a mini web site off my company's web site for use in the field. iSaveWeb is OK for straight web pages, but, it does not work when refering from a HTML page to, say, a page saved in PDF.

Sites-2-Go will read a PDF, however, it only has plain vanilla HTML support (no javascript). And, Site-2-Go shows all of the files as a flat table.

We really need a product in between. Somethine that will save a intranet web site (down to, say, 3 levels), plus all of the associated PDF, Excel, and Word documents. Then, display it using HTML5 compliant web browser (e.g. Safari)and seemless move back and forth between HTML and PDF pages.   
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  Quote Kirill Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: April 20 2011 at 11:12am
Originally posted by whynot

Sites-2-Go will read a PDF, however, it only has plain vanilla HTML support (no javascript). And, Site-2-Go shows all of the files as a flat table.


Sites-2-Go, and iSaveWeb, DO support JavaScript. Just make sure that your script works when it's loaded from a local drive, not from a web server.

FYI, Sites-2-Go, and iSaveWeb, internal browsers are based on mobile Safari, and it's Safari who shows PDF forms as flat file. To confirm that, just open your PDF form in Safari on your iPhone / iPad and see that it's.

Originally posted by whynot


We really need a product in between. Somethine that will save a intranet web site (down to, say, 3 levels), plus all of the associated PDF, Excel, and Word documents. Then, display it using HTML5 compliant web browser (e.g. Safari)and seemless move back and forth between HTML and PDF pages.


FYI, the problems with Forms (PDF, Excel, Word, etc.) don't have anything to do with HTML5. Mobile Safari is HTML5 complaint, but just doesn't support forms.

You can check another our app Forms-2-Go that supports HTML forms.


Edited by Kirill - April 20 2011 at 11:14am
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  Quote porterfoster Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: July 31 2012 at 6:51pm
Please add DropBox access or another way to upload zip files.

Some apps let you upload through iTunes.
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