No More Uploading Entire Development Web Sites or Developing on the Server!

Tired of tracking your development web projects' changes, which files need uploading, or, slow developing off the hosting provider?

Worry no more, this nifty little program is designed to help you track your changes, flag them for upload and with a single click, upload to your Internet Site!

Because of its design, you can use FTP Web Projects Publisher with any web development tools and for any type of projects or for group of files uploading. All uploads are passive and the FTP connection is open and closed each time you push your changes.

Give it a spin, it's free (English Windows 98, ME, 2000, XP, Server 2003)


  • Light weight (less than 300 kb)
    Built on the .Net Framework, this application loads in no time!
    It is non destructive in that it only reads from you web projects.
    If you develop using Visual Studio.Net, add FTP Web Projects Publisher to your tools menu's external tools for ultimate access!
  • One Click Publishing - Changes Only!
    No need to refresh, just save your changes from your web development environment, switch to this application then click 'Push To FTP' that's it!
    Adding new files to your web projects or renaming existing ones is no problem, all changes are automatically flagged ready to publish - One Click!
  • Multiple Projects
    You can easily create new publishing projects, copy existing ones - Ideal for businesses or individuals maintaining multiple web sites. You can launch multiple windows.
    Push projects are stored in XML files in this application's root folder.
  • Select Which File Types to Monitor
    Just add the file extensions of the files you wish to include as part of a push project. All new projects derive from a template which already has a set of file types defined. You can easily modify the template to include your own standard file types - just open the ProjectTemplate.xmo, an XML file located in this application's root folder.
  • Exclude and Pass-Through Folders and Files
    No matter how complex your web site is, there is a way to exclude certain parts of your web site. A typical example using ASP.Net is to exclude uploading the root Web.Config file because of a database connection string on the development computer that is different from the one on the production server.
  • Audible Publishing Status
    Hear what's happening while you push you web application changes. If a file cannot be uploaded  for any reason, an alarm will ring but the upload continue (unless you stop it of course). At the end, the log file will show you how many files didn't upload.
    You can change the sound files with your own, just replace the ones found in this application's root folder. Of course, you must keep the same file names!
    You can turn this feature on and off.
    Listen : Connect, Push, Error, Disconnect.
  • On-Screen Activity Log
    Log all send and receive commands and replies or log only the basic connecting... connected... and errors of course. You can also turn logging off.
    Quickly resize the log window from maximum to minimum by double-clicking on the horizontal bar between the two windows.
  • We accept suggestions.

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