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What is Goliath?

Goliath is an application to allow remote creation and editing of documents on websites. It uses a technology called WebDAV (also found in Microsoft Office 2000 and Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 for Windows) to contact web servers and make changes to the files on web servers that
understand WebDAV. 

With Goliath, users can:

        • View the contents of a web site in a Finder-like fashion (including size, modification date 
           and type) 
        • Upload new files to a website 
        • Create new folders in web sites 
        • Delete files and folders on a web site 
        • Rename files on a web server 
        • Download copies of files on a web server using Drag & Drop (including delete by dragging to 
           the Trash)
        • Bookmark DAV resources for easy navigation
        • Lock and Unlock resources

Download Goliath for Mac

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Compatibility notes

System Requirements
This application requires a PowerPC based Macintosh running MacOS 8.1 or higher. 

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