File Transfer Window UI
Elegant and Sophisticated Transfer Window
Innorix is the first in the field to develop a multi-platform/browser file transfer technology. It is the best technology to control web browsers and is applied to the InnoDS transfer window.
The InnoDS transfer window looks similar to a very simple html layer, users can not feel any difference between the transfer windows and a web page. The transfer window is a frameless window that can move out of the web browser. Hence, when the user transfers large files, the transfer is not affected by any activity from a web page.
1. Check Server/Network Status
During the process of transferring files, InnoDS constantly checks the communication status between a client and servers. According to the status, the file transfer window displays a light with either green, orange or red colors. When the file transfer fails due to an error, users typically have to wait without knowing the reason. With InnoDS, users can monitor the communication status and experience an advanced file transfer UI.
2. Status Log
When the user clicks the status icon, the file transfer window expands and displays the communication logs between a client and servers. The user can clearly check what is happening while transferring files.
3. Transfer Speed Graph
These days, users need products that not only complete basic functions and needs, but that also features intuitive and clean design. Recognizing the increasing importance of aesthetics, InnoDS's more sophisticated UI features a speed graph to meet user needs.
4. Pause and Restart
If the transfer is interrupted due to failure or cancelation by the user while transferring files, with the resuming upload and download features, the user can resume their transfer anytime. Users are familiar with transfer control features, such as resume, pause and restart, however web-based transfer methods do not support these features, forcing users to wait until the transfer is completed or failed. With the pause and restart feature, users can now control the transfer at any point after the file transfer has begun.
5. Silent Mode Transfer Status Window
When the user transfers files, the transfer window will appear, and in case of small sized file transfers, it will briefly appear for 1~2 seconds. However, InnoDS also offers a silent mode. When the transfer window is unnecessary, administrators can activate this mode so that the transfer window will not be displayed.
6. Mini Transfer Window
If the mini transfer window is utilized and users transfer small-sized files that take only 5~10 seconds, the mini transfer window is appropriate.
7. Independent Mode Transfer Status Window
The transfer window can be run independently from the web browser and be minimized to the system tray.
Even if the user closes the web browser or moves to a different web page, the file transfer will continue.
8. Custom Transfer Window
InnoDS transfer window was developed using HTML so that developers can customize the transfer window according to the purpose.
9. Notification of Uncompleted Transfers
If there is an uncompleted transfer, when the user logs into their business system, InnoDS displays a popup window that asks whether the user wants to continue the transfer or not. In order to resume the transfer, the user does not have to repeat the transfer process and choose the same files again.