I made a GUI for Transmission for iOS and it has arrived to the AppStore

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mariad_10
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Re: I made a GUI for Transmission for iOS and it has arrived to the AppStore

Postby mariad_10 » Fri Apr 07, 2017 10:24 am

hey, did the app download and i think it is working great. Just to thank you keep up the good work.

payeco
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Re: I made a GUI for Transmission for iOS and it has arrived to the AppStore

Postby payeco » Mon Apr 10, 2017 4:21 am

Monitor.app wrote:
payeco wrote:
Monitor.app wrote:
Hi.

The path is the RPC path, not the WebUI path

Try with /transmission/rpc path to see if it works. It should.


I know this connects to the RPC path but that method won't work. The path has to be in the hostname and the way you have it set now paths can not be added to the hostname. When my server sees traffic to mydomain.com/transmission it redirects that traffic to <myserverip>:9091. The way you should probably is add servers is not having separate fields for hostnames/IPs and ports. Ideally they should all all just be added in the same field. If someone is using a custom port it would just be added in the hostname field as <serverip>:xxxx. (i.e. 192.168.0.23:9595). That way you can also allow people using reverse proxies to add them. Typically with apps like this that is how it works.


http://mydomain.com is the same thing as http://mymydomain.com:80

And https://mydomain.com is the same thing as https://mydomain.com:443

All HTTP traffic is TCP, and all TCP traffic has a port, just because you don't specify the port, doesn't mean there's no port. The default port for HTTP is 80 and HTTPS is 443. ;)

Try http://www.google.com:80 for example...


I understand all that. Are you familiar with nginx and/or apache reverse proxies? Because that is what I'm using and the way your app works does not work with reverse proxies.

Monitor.app
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Joined: Thu Jan 19, 2017 7:01 pm

Re: I made a GUI for Transmission for iOS and it has arrived to the AppStore

Postby Monitor.app » Mon Apr 10, 2017 10:52 am

mariad_10 wrote:hey, did the app download and i think it is working great. Just to thank you keep up the good work.


Thank you!

payeco wrote:
Monitor.app wrote:
payeco wrote:
I know this connects to the RPC path but that method won't work. The path has to be in the hostname and the way you have it set now paths can not be added to the hostname. When my server sees traffic to mydomain.com/transmission it redirects that traffic to <myserverip>:9091. The way you should probably is add servers is not having separate fields for hostnames/IPs and ports. Ideally they should all all just be added in the same field. If someone is using a custom port it would just be added in the hostname field as <serverip>:xxxx. (i.e. 192.168.0.23:9595). That way you can also allow people using reverse proxies to add them. Typically with apps like this that is how it works.


http://mydomain.com is the same thing as http://mymydomain.com:80

And https://mydomain.com is the same thing as https://mydomain.com:443

All HTTP traffic is TCP, and all TCP traffic has a port, just because you don't specify the port, doesn't mean there's no port. The default port for HTTP is 80 and HTTPS is 443. ;)

Try http://www.google.com:80 for example...


I understand all that. Are you familiar with nginx and/or apache reverse proxies? Because that is what I'm using and the way your app works does not work with reverse proxies.


It works, checkout the guide here: https://rnelson.xyz/apps/monitor-for-tr ... elp/apache

MSGBen
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Re: I made a GUI for Transmission for iOS and it has arrived to the AppStore

Postby MSGBen » Wed Apr 19, 2017 2:25 pm

This thread was very helpful to me. Thanks a lot for sharing.

killemov
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Re: I made a GUI for Transmission for iOS and it has arrived to the AppStore

Postby killemov » Sat Apr 22, 2017 12:23 pm

Please rectify "Much more options than the WebUI." to "Much more options than the default WebUI a.k.a. Clutch."
Does the app use the base64 way of uploading torrent files?

kIssGlaY
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Joined: Sat Jun 29, 2013 11:13 am

Re: I made a GUI for Transmission for iOS and it has arrived to the AppStore

Postby kIssGlaY » Tue Apr 25, 2017 2:07 pm

Does this app have search function? If it has, where is it? I simply can't find it.

Monitor.app
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Re: I made a GUI for Transmission for iOS and it has arrived to the AppStore

Postby Monitor.app » Thu Apr 27, 2017 8:17 pm

killemov wrote:Please rectify "Much more options than the WebUI." to "Much more options than the default WebUI a.k.a. Clutch."
Does the app use the base64 way of uploading torrent files?


Yes

kIssGlaY wrote:Does this app have search function? If it has, where is it? I simply can't find it.


Right now, it doesn't.

bicklp
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Joined: Mon Jun 12, 2017 8:44 am

Re: I made a GUI for Transmission for iOS and it has arrived to the AppStore

Postby bicklp » Mon Jun 12, 2017 8:46 am

The app os no longer available in the app store
Image

and has gone off your app page
https://rnelson.xyz/apps
what happened? is a great app!

Psycho85
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Joined: Tue Jun 13, 2017 9:13 am

Re: I made a GUI for Transmission for iOS and it has arrived to the AppStore

Postby Psycho85 » Tue Jun 13, 2017 11:56 am

Why app removed from appstore? Where we can buy it now?

kIssGlaY
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Joined: Sat Jun 29, 2013 11:13 am

Re: I made a GUI for Transmission for iOS and it has arrived to the AppStore

Postby kIssGlaY » Fri Jun 16, 2017 2:20 am

Very simple.
Project dead.

KcVgzVexgFa2wunD
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Joined: Fri Jul 21, 2017 7:56 am

Re: I made a GUI for Transmission for iOS and it has arrived to the AppStore

Postby KcVgzVexgFa2wunD » Fri Jul 21, 2017 8:01 am

*bump* :) looks like this is gone from the store.
any chance you put src up on github?


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