This is the Windows app named qrcp whose latest release can be downloaded as 0.10.0.zip. It can be run online in the free hosting provider OnWorks for workstations.
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qrcp binds a web server to the address of your Wi-Fi network interface on a random port and creates a handler for it. The default handler serves the content and exits the program when the transfer is complete. When used to receive files, qrcp serves an upload page and handles the transfer. Most QR apps can detect URLs in decoded text and act accordingly (i.e. open the decoded URL with the default browser), so when the QR code is scanned the content will begin downloading by the mobile browser. When sending multiple files at once, qrcp creates a zip archive of the files or folders you want to transfer, and deletes the zip archive once the transfer is complete. When receiving files, qrcp serves an “upload page” through which you can choose files from your mobile. The default configuration file is stored in $HOME/qrcp.json, however, you can specify the location of the config file by passing the --config flag.
- Transfer files over wifi by scanning a QR code without leaving the terminal
- qrcp works without any prior configuration
- You can choose to configure to use specific values
- The config command launches a wizard that lets you configure parameters
- qrcp will try to automatically find the suitable network interface to use for the transfers
- Transfer files from your Amazon EC2, Digital Ocean Droplet, Google Cloud Platform Compute Instance
This is an application that can also be fetched from https://sourceforge.net/projects/qrcp.mirror/. It has been hosted in OnWorks in order to be run online in an easiest way from one of our free Operative Systems.