What is WebDAV?

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What is WebDAV?

WebDAV stands for "Web-based Distributed Authoring and Versioning".

With the help of tools for concurrency management and namespace operations, WebDAV, a collection of extensions to the Hypertext Transfer Protocol (HTTP), enables user agents to collaboratively produce, edit, and manage content directly in an HTTP web server.

Many well-known web servers support WebDAV, facilitating proper implementation, and a number of operating systems, including Windows, macOS, and Linux, also provide built-in support for WebDAV protocol transmissions.

How is WebDAV implemented in TeraCLOUD's service?

TeraCLOUD data can be accessed if it can establish a connection to the cloud service and WebDAV is a listed destination for the connection.

From the app, whether it be on your smartphone, tablet, or PC, TeraCLOUD users can manage their files and data in this way for a variety of uses. The usage of WebDAV facilitates access to images and documents, sharing files on SNS, and streamlining corporate planning and task processes.

Direct connection options to TeraCLOUD are available on a number of applications as well, making connecting a smooth process.

Learn more about utilizing TeraCLOUD with WebDAV applications here.

For the full list of compatible WebDAV applications, click here

 

Published June 22, 2022

 
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