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Push To JDownloader


"JDownloader is a free, open-source download management tool with a huge community of developers that makes downloading as easy and fast as it should be. Users can start, stop or pause downloads, set bandwith limitations, auto-extract archives and much more. It's an easy-to-extend framework that can save hours of your valuable time every day! "
- JDownloader

"The addon called „RemoteControl“ allows you to control remotely your JDownloader-client by doing so-called HTTP-requests. In doing so you execute commands which are nothing else than URLs that will be called over the network-protocol HTTP. This can be done by simply typing them into the address-bar of a webbrowser or by (and that's why this addon was made) other applications and scripts that can handle HTTP-requests.

If you like to write your own web interface based on JD RemoteControl feel free to use and modify “JD RemoteControl Demo”, an ajax application written in JavaScript and HTML which should demonstrate how to communicate with JD RemoteControl without the need of a webserver.

You can download the demo here: Externer Link

A propper remote-API will probably come some day but until it's done the „new old“ „RemoteControl“ will do the job quite well, I think."
- JD RemoteControl

This add-on allows you to right click on a link and send the link to JDownloader via JD RemoteControl for download processing.

-JDownloader on local or remote server
-JD RemoteControl add-on activated in JDownloader
-Windows PC

-After installation open "Options" in Tools>Add-ons>Push To JDownloader
-Change "Push To JDownloader Server Preferences" to the url of you JDownloader server
-Change "Push To JDownloader Port Preferences" to the port of you JD RemoteControl port

Enjoy & Push away.

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