One of my initial excursions into Sails.js territory:
I had posted a while back about a web-based front-end to aria2c that I started building, primarily as an exercise in learning Node.js. While it has been functional and available on GitHub for some time, I now have the pleasure to announce that it is now available directly through
Being a web developer
When I was looking for a suitable OSS license under which to release my download manager, I came across this very useful post by Ed Burnette. I converted his post, describing the decision process, into a (somewhat simplified) flowchart.
As already mentioned in the original post, this information is not
I'm building a full-featured web-based frontend to the powerful CLI download manager Aria2. It is still work in progress but already supports HTTP(s)/FTP/Magnet downloads.
It would be great to find some early adopters who would give it a try and share