I'm working on a pet project and wanted to see if its something people find interesting enough that I will develop it fully and release it.
Basically, it _currently_ does the following, entirely asynchronously via callbacks to your app:
- Read/Write Local and temporary files on the client machine
- Get directory listings on client machine
- Perform HTTP POST/GET operations across domains and get the results
For example, to read a local disk file and POST to a URL:
It can also prompt with the native Save As or Load dialog to browse the local file system and perform loads or saves.
var quark = new Quark();
// Non-blocking native operations
// Callback containing the read file data
// POST response sent here when completed
It can do this WITHOUT a client-side installer and works across all platforms, Windows, Mac, Linux.
Useful? Redundant? Am I re-inventing the wheel?