Jumbo File Transfer

Knowledge workers need to exchange files with counterparts in other organisations. At the same time, your organisation also needs to maintain control over its security and intellectual property. It needs to know who gave what to whom and when, coming and going.

FTP can certainly move big files around, but it needs IT to allow it through the firewall. If you want it secured, you have to manage identity for third parties – not just creating accounts, but making sure they have the right set of limited permissions on your network. Providing network access to third parties requires approval – so you need a whole business process to support it. And it doesn’t end there. Sooner or later you have to de-commission these accounts, which means you need another business process to manage and keep track of third party identity life-cycle.

Cloud solutions like Microsoft OneDrive, Google Drive and DropBox solve some of these problems. They work through standard firewalls, and they can handle very large files. Where they fall short is their lack an audit trail and a way for your organisation to manage the identities with whom files are exchanged. Paid versions of these services address some of these questions, but not all of them, and they remain fundamentally outside of your control.

JFT is a cloud-ready solution you can choose to run entirely in-house – where you can own it and control every aspect of its behaviour.

Print (VS Code Extension)

Printing for Visual Studio Code.

  • Syntax coloured printing.
  • Optional line numbering.
  • Print just the editor selection - but still with line numbers matching the editor.
  • All current platforms - Mac, Linux and Windows. You must have a web browser configured appropriately. If you can print a web page, you're ready.
  • Works off-line - no dependence on web services for syntax colouring or core markdown rendering.
  • Printing supports most markdown extensions supported by VS Code. 
  • Markdown can be automatically rendered when printing.
  • Available in free open source and pro closed source versions.

Some VS Code markdown extensions introduce web dependency. This is outside our control. Some markdown extensions depend on scripts designed to run in the VS Code markdown preview window which don't work in a normal browser. These won't work either, although we're working on a compatibility shim to fix that.

The Pro version bundles up a number of markdown extensions including several not otherwise available in packaging suitable for use with VS Code. Everything in the Pro bundle is guaranteed to work properly without an internet connection.

Details of the professional version including academic and commercial licensing information will be published here as the product nears release.

Print is available from the Visual Studio Marketplace.