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We've compiled a list of 3 free and paid alternatives to Droopy. The primary competitors include HFS (HTTP File Server), weborf. In addition to these, users also draw comparisons between Droopy and mini_httpd. Also you can look at other similar options here: Backup and Sync Software.


weborf
Free Open Source

Weborf is a lightweight webserver designed to rapidly share directories. Runs on POSIX systems.

A small HTTP server with SSL, directory listings, virtual hosting and CGI.

Droopy is a mini Web server whose sole purpose is to let others upload files to your computer.

Droopy Platforms

tick-square Linux
tick-square Mac
tick-square Windows

Droopy Video and Screenshots

Droopy Overview

Say you’re chatting with a friend on MSN Messenger (perhaps with the excellent pidgin ?). She wants to send you amazing photos she took last week-end, so she uses Messenger file transfer. Unfortunately, the zip file is over 50 MB and it’s painfully slow. Now relax, droopy comes to rescue.
You can use it on Unix (Linux, BSD, MacOSX) and Windows. Droopy is a python script so you’ll need to have Python installed. Droopy is a command-line program.

Droopy Features

tick-square Self-hosted
tick-square Web-Based

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Droopy Tags

self-hosted web-server file-upload python

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