ABK WebDAV Client
The WebDAV (Web Distributed Authoring and Versioning) protocol is an extension of the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP).
It enables collaborative management of files and folders on remote servers.
Designed to enable editing, publishing, synchronization, and version control of documents and to manage folders, the WebDAV protocol extends the basic functionality of HTTP by adding specific methods and commands to operate in advanced file management, such as: managing collections of files, locking files to prevent concurrent changes, managing file properties, and performing copy, bride, and delete operations on remote servers.
WebDAV allows users to access and edit files on remote servers using applications and tools that support the protocol, making real-time collaboration and file synchronization between different devices possible.
It is widely used for sharing and managing files in collaborative work environments and for integrating remote file servers into applications and Web services.
- webdav:// indicates that you are using the WebDAV protocol.
- server is the name or IP address of the WebDAV server.
- /path/to/resource specifies the path to the resource on the WebDAV server, including any subdirectories or file names.
ABK WebDAV CLIENT
The perfect WebDAV Client for you
Synchronize your WebDAV repository to view and edit files and folders on your favorite devices.