Developing on the BitTorrent Sync API? Our developer evangelist is here to work with you. As promised, here’s my write-up for DEF CON 22.
With new sharing features and a redesigned user experience, version 1.4 brings cloud-free sync to a wider audience BitTorrent Sync began as a technology experiment; a way to see how a distributed, peer-to-peer model can change the way we sync and share files. Sync takes central servers and the cloud out of the equation and brings […]
Developing on the BitTorrent Sync API? Our developer evangelist is here to work with you. It has been an exciting and busy week with the Sync team and I’m always thrilled when the Sync API and the folks who are developing on it get some attention. Ryan Tate just covered us in his Wired piece: […]
In this week’s edition of Sync Stories, we discovered a neat trick from one of our forum members (Laloeka). For our Android users, instantly backup all received media files on your mobile device – be it downloads or something you get on a messaging app – with this simple, but useful tip.
Developing on the BitTorrent Sync API? Our developer evangelist is here to work with you. DEF CON is a big deal for me and I have every intent to describe this year’s experience in greater detail, but alas, I am completely buried in Sync Alpha work this week, so a quick Top 10 list will […]
Developing on the BitTorrent Sync API? Our developer evangelist is here to work with you. This is a guest post by Ian Maxwell of meshedsites.com, on leveraging BitTorrent Sync and other technologies to create a decentralized solution for deploying and experiencing websites.
Sync Hacks is a column dedicated to exploring new applications for BitTorrent Sync, as built by users like you. BitTorrent Sync is a free, unlimited, secure file-syncing app. (And now, it’s even more mobile.) If you’ve got an epic Sync idea, use-case or how-to, shoot us an email at sync[at]bittorrent.com. In this week’s Sync Hacks: […]