Категория: Android: Обмен файлами
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Share Link - достаточно удобное приложение для безлимитного обмена файлами между различными Android-устройствами без использования каких-либо проводов или интернет-соединения. Кроме того, эта программа также может обеспечить совместный доступ к данным и приложениям с нескольких устройств одновременно.
Share Link создает общую Wi-Fi-сеть, по которой и происходит файловый обмен. Для работы с этим инструментом не понадобятся сложные настройки и знания. Все что Вам нужно - установить приложение Share Link на девайсы, которые требуется связать, выбрать файлы для передачи (фото, видео, музыка, документы и т.д.) и нажать "Отправить файл ". При этом на втором устройстве надо выбрать опцию "Принять файл ".
Помимо этого, если Вы установите на свой стационарный ПК специальное дополнительное ПО (ссылка http://sharelink.asus.com ), то получите еще и возможность обмена файлами между устройствами Android и десктопным ПК.
В целом, все достаточно просто и удобно - комфортно обменивайтесь файлами когда-угодно и где-угодно.
Скриншоты Share Link :
You know that feeling when you see or read something fantastic and you just have to share it with every human you know? (I get that feeling a lot when I read BuzzFeed and Upworthy .) When I get that urge to share stuff, the first thing I do is glance quickly around the website for social sharing links so I can pass on whatever I'm reading with just the click of a button.
But when the social sharing buttons aren't there, well. sometimes I just don't feel like opening up a new tab, logging in to a social networking site, creating a new post, and manually pasting the URL I want to share into it.
Yeah I know, it's kinda lazy -- but then again, 40% of people will abandon a website that takes more than three seconds to load. Think about it: A lot of people get frustrated or just don't do things on the internet if it takes even a few extra seconds. That could translate to a lot of people not sharing your webpage who normally would.
When you spend all that time creating cool content, you want people to share it. You can make your content more share-friendly by adding social sharing links that are visible and lead to pre-populated posts.Download our free guide here for even more content promotion tips like this.
Before we get into how to create them, let's quickly review what social sharing links are.What Are Social Sharing Links?
Social sharing links are those small, clickable social media icons lurking on the pages of ebooks, blog posts, and other webpages. When a viewer clicks on one, she is sent straight to a social media site with an update pre-populated with your content.
Here's an example of social sharing buttons from a page of a HubSpot ebook. Notice the links are in the form of social media icons -- I'll show you how to make your own later on.
You can create social sharing links just like these and put them right into your ebooks, blogs, and webpages -- all in just a few minutes. Here are examples of what they'll look like when you're done. (Go ahead, try 'em out!)
Pretty cool, eh? Now -- let's learn how to make them.Meet the Share Link Generator
The Share Link Generator is an awesome free tool on the web that helps you create social sharing links for Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Google+, and Pinterest quickly and easily.
How does it work? We'll get to the long version in a second, but here's the short version:
Now that you get the general idea of how it works, let's get into the step-by-step.
February 24th, 2013
If I want to create a share link for Facebook that works everywhere and has everything I want contained in one URL, I can use Facebook's "sharer.php" functionality. (Facebook says it's officially "deprecated," but there's no sign of them stopping this implementation anytime soon.) So let's say I want to share this link: http://www.otlcampaign.org/blog/2013/02/04/inconvenient-truth-education-reform I can simply add "http://www.facebook.com/sharer/sharer.php?" before the link, and voila!
Thankfully Facebook was able to properly pull a relevant title, blurb, and image from the page to display. However, given that we want to maximize the number of clicks, what if we wanted to customize things? We can! However, it gets much more complicated. Let's say I wanted the title to be The Inconvenient Truth of Education "Reform"!. and have the blurb be Recent events have revealed how market-driven education policies, deceivingly labeled as "reform," are revealing their truly destructive effects on the streets and in the corridors of government:. and have the thumbnail image be this one :
Looks perfect, but the URL looks like this monstrosity:
Yuck. Who wants to replace all those spaces and punctuation marks with HTML code?
Twitter's single-URL method of sharing is a bit more straightforward, simply because there are fewer things to worry about: it's just a message and a link (and maybe a twitter user reference or two). So if I want a link to produce this:
I need a link that looks like this:
Still pretty rough.
I've also included Google+, which unfortunately doesn't allow for any customization to the extent that Facebook does. All you have to do is fill in the fields and click a button. Hope you enjoy!
UPDATE: Manjunath brings up a good point in the comments about mobile sharing: for god knows what reason, Facebook's mobile sharer.php (on m.facebook.com) doesn't use the same parameters. For the mobile Facebook sharer.php, the markup is much simpler, and we can only pick the URL and the title. Like so: http://m.facebook.com/sharer.php?u=<the url you want>&t=<the title you want> If you want to force mobile browsers to use the regular Facebook sharer.php, you can simply add "&m2w" (w/out quotes) to the end of the regular Facebook share link. I haven't extensively tested that yet, so YMMV. UPDATE 2, 2/2/2014: Facebook has changed its API, so without a special key you can't customize the share links. Boo. However, I've added Pinterest "Pin It" links!
UPDATE 11/26/2013: By popular request, I've added LinkedIn sharing, and users shouldn't run into any problems using & or # in their text now!
The Tweet button generator is a simple, form-based approach to generate HTML markup you may copy-and-paste into your website template.
Do you develop an iOS or Android application? Add a Tweet composer to your application using Twitter Kit for iOS or Android .Tweet creation flow
Selecting the Tweet button will pop open a new child window with a Tweet composer pre-populated with the values you define in button markup or extracted from the page.
Twitter may suggest accounts to follow after the author has successfully posted a Tweet. These displayed accounts are influenced by the via and related web intent parameters.
A tweet event is triggered on your webpage after a Tweet is published. No information about the final content of the Tweet is passed to the parent webpage.How to add a Tweet button to your website
2. Pre-populate Tweet text and suggest related accounts by customizing Tweet web intent query parameters.
A text parameter appears pre-selected in a Tweet composer. The Tweet author may easily remove the text with a single delete action.
The text parameter may be auto-populated from the webpage’s <title> element if not explicitly set.
The url parameter contains an absolute HTTP or HTTPS URL to be shared on Twitter. The shared URL will be shortened by Twitter’s t.co service in a published Tweet. A Twitter Card may be appear for a shared URL.
The url parameter may be auto-populated from a canonical link element ( <link rel="canonical"> ) or the location.href of the page when not explicitly set.
Add a comma-separated list of hashtags to a Tweet using the hashtags parameter. Omit a preceding “#” from each hashtag; the Tweet composer will automatically add the proper space-separated hashtag by language.
Attribute the source of a Tweet to a Twitter username using the via parameter. The attribution will appear in a Tweet as ” via @username” translated into the language of the Tweet author.
A via parameter may be auto-populated from a link or anchor element linked to a Twitter profile page with a me relationship token.
Add a data-size attribute value of large to display a larger Tweet button.
Sharing a link to a Web page is a common activity on the PC, and it gets better with IE10 on Windows 8. One of the new features on Windows 8 is the Share charm, which allows you to seamlessly send content between apps on your PC. Previously, if you wanted to share an interesting article with your friend, or post a funny picture on your blog, you’d copy the link from the address bar, switch to a different site or app, and then paste it. Now, with the Windows 8 Share charm, you can share directly from the browser without ever leaving your current page.
When you use the Share charm to share a site from the browser, IE10 creates two data formats that contain relevant content – the URI, and some HTML that includes a rich representation of the page. Here are two examples of data that get shared for a YouTube video:
The URI (of the current site)
The HTML (with a link preview)
An example of IE10’s rich preview of Web pages
Both of these data formats are created for an “implicit” share, which is the name for what happens when you share the site that you are currently viewing. Since Web pages can be represented as hyperlinks or a rich HTML link preview, IE10 includes both types of data. Of course, if you aren’t sharing the whole page, but rather, some content that you’ve highlighted, IE10 will share the HTML of your selection instead of the URI and the link preview. In this case, sharing a selection would be called an “explicit” share, and does not include the link. This post describes the link sharing case, how IE10 participates in the Windows 8 Share contract using HTML, and how Web developers can create link previews with just a few meta-tags.The Share Charm and IE10
Here’s a video of how a user might share links from the browser to an app that uses HTML.
Sharing from IE10: Link Previews in Action
In this video, “Stash” is a sample link saving app that makes use of the Windows share charm with HTML. The sample app simply supports the HTML data format for sharing, and IE provides the link preview. Link previews are HTML that contains a title, image, and description for every shared link. This makes it easy for you to recognize the site content. If you have Windows 8 Consumer Preview and Visual Studio 11 Beta. you can download and run Stash on your own PC. Stash integrates with the Windows 8 Share contract as a target app, as you can see below. Below, you can see a high-level diagram that shows how links are shared from IE10.
Diagram: Sharing a link from IE10 to target apps, using the Share charm’s data package
Windows 8 Share charm handles the coordination between the source and target apps to provide an integrated sharing experience across all apps. This removes the need for target and source apps to be aware and coordinate between each other.Sharing the Web is Better, Start to Finish
The Web is made up of HTML. That’s why HTML is one of the most important data formats in IE10’s integration with the Share contract. IE10 creates link previews to both provide a better sharing experience for users, and to help connect Web developers to Windows 8 Share. With a little extra meta-data markup, sites can define what information is included in their link previews. On the other end of the share contract, target apps that support the HTML data format can get the full experience of contextual Web hyperlinks without having to parse a single site. The end result is a rich, modern, and fluid sharing experience, from end to end.
Screenshot of target apps available in Share pane
Screenshot of Stash’s Share Pane
When you share a Web site, IE10 parses that site to create a link preview. In the example above, it’s a short snippet of content that represents a movie page on IMDb. The goal of sharing HTML, in addition to the URI, is to share the best possible representation of what the user intended to share, so IE10 creates link previews for all implicit shares. The benefits of HTML are that it can include more information than a URI, and the content of the HTML is more meaningful than a hyperlink. In the words of Leslie Knope. no one wants to share that “complicated nonsense.”
From NBC’s Parks and Recreation. Season 4, Episode 16
So, as you can imagine, we would have never ordered a sign with all this complicated nonsense because, you know, we’re not insane.
Depending on the target app, though, sometimes rich content is not the best kind of data, and a URI is more useful. For example, blogging apps can take advantage of rich HTML content, and SMS apps would do best to use the URI. Developers of Metro style apps choose the data format(s) that make most sense for their app to receive, following the Windows 8 Share guidance .Sites Use Markup to Define What IE10 Shares
Since IE10 uses existing markup meant for sharing on the Web, many sites will already look great when sharing HTML link previews on Windows 8. We support the Open Graph protocol as a simple way to add meta-data about the page. When users share sites on Facebook and through Windows 8 and IE10, you can use OpenGraph to control the way your Web page appears to others.
Here’s an example of an IE test drive demo that uses this markup:
< head >
< meta name =”description” content =”Brick Breaker TestDrive Demo Game, Performance and Touch benchmark” />
< title > Brick Breaker </ title >
< meta property =”og:image” content =”Views/Homepage/Icons/BrickBreaker.png” />
</ head >
IE looks for the following tags in the site’s markup to create the page’s link preview.
Authors receive a customized Share Link to their newly-published article on ScienceDirect. The link provides 50 days’ free access to their article – after that, the usual access rules apply.
Users clicking on the Share Link within the 50-day period will be taken directly to the article with no sign up or registration required. Share Links are ideal for sharing via email and social networks such as Facebook. Twitter. LinkedIn. and ResearchGate .Which journals offer Share Link?
The majority of Elsevier's journals will benefit from the program. Only those operating outside the Elsevier Production Tracking System (PTS), from which the Share Link data is extracted, will not be included at this stage. These include The Lancet and a number of third-party owned titles.Can I request a Share Link?
You can track the progress of your article in the publication system with our online tracking system .