Web based ReST or PHP script to transfer multiple files to Mosso Cloud Files


We need an immediate implementation of the Mosso API (using ANY of the avail. languages they offer it in, although preferably PHP).

You can view the examples they have created for this API here:

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The Cloud Files Dev Guide (pdf) can be seen here:

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We need a basic, two page web script that will allow us to

1) Administer the config settings through a password protected page

2) and Upload one or more files to a selected Mosso Cloud Files container.

3) With the ability, preferably using AJAX, to add/delete file upload fields to as many or few as we need.. so, starting with one file upload field, we can add as many as needed for that session.

More information provided upon request, and a test container can be setup for SERIOUS programmers that are interested in testing the sample scripts.

The selected provider will be offered other following projects along these sames lines.

This is a simple, fairly fast project and a way for us to attain the script and meet a new programmer. Please bid accordingly, as high bids, over $50, will be ignored.

ATTENTION: Please DO NOT post your 'resume' in a PM, all we need to know is your expertise in relationship to this development.

Also, due to our experience with programmers working out of India, we are not accepting bidders from this region, at this time. Thank you.

Taidot: AJAX, Java, PHP, Python

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( 1 arvostelu ) Portland, United States

Projektin tunnus: #396224