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Guys,i don't know if i asked about this before or not,but my problem is that i created OS X app that creates and reads .txt files. the ideal is that i want to write these .txt files at somewhere on the internet where every user of my program can read from this place and write to this place,also i want to provide the ability to make them read what the others wrote,just tell me where is this place and how to connect my App to it. i looked for databses but i found it kinda hard to me to connect the OS X app to MySQL database. i tried APIs for DropBox and Google drive but i realised that the users won't read what the others wrote.
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You could use FTP (preferably over SSL) to upload the file to a publicly accessible folder. What tools, languages and frameworks are you using?

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You could use FTP (preferably over SSL) to upload the file to a publicly accessible folder. What tools, languages and frameworks are you using?
XCode,Objective-c,but what do you think about using DropBox shared folder?
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I suppose that would work if the API was easy and flexible enough for you. This is a personal choice ultimately.

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