JCloudApp is inspired by GloudApp and provides a similar feature set including taking screenshots and uploading files to CloudApp via a status/tray icon. It runs on all major platforms like Windows, Mac OS X and Linux.
- Take full screenshot and upload it
- Upload content of clipboard:
- files (e.g. copied from your file explorer)
- images (works well with "Snipping Tool" under Windows)
- Upload file by file chooser dialog
- Save your login and share it nicely with GloudApp and cloudapp-cli
The resulting URL will always appear in your clipboard after finished upload.
Make sure you have Java (JRE) installed.
Download a recent JCloudApp.
Extract the archive.
jcloudapp.jar in the new jcloudapp directory. If this doesn't work, use one of the launch scripts for your platform.
The screenshot upload workflow is especially suited for Windows users since they have this little nifty tool called Snipping Tool:
- Press the Windows key/open start menu and type
snip, the first match should be the Snipping Tool program
- Hit enter
- You are now in the position to select a portion of your screen to upload, simply click and drag a rectangle
- On release the shown portion is already in your clipboard so now simply double-click JCloudApp's icon in the task bar to upload
- Wait upon the upload-finished notification
- Now you have the URL to your image in your clipboard, paste it in some chat/on twitter/somewhere and have fun
Just clone JCloudApp from this repository and run in order to retrieve dependencies and compile:
ant resolve build
(You'll need Apache Ivy that uses maven repositories to lookup and download dependencies.)
JCloudApp builds on top of some good libraries:
JCloudApp is licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0. See LICENSE for more information.