Examples using curl
To receive files or text strings from your Linux or macOS command line interface into this webpage wall use the curl snippet below.
curl -X POST -F f=@"./FILENAME"
Inline Plain Text
curl -X POST -F a="YOUR TEXT HERE"
Upload text file for browser display
curl -X POST -F f=@"./FILENAME.txt"
Developed by John Pili, SkyPaste started out as a simple tool to transfer plain text string from one computer to another. Its objective is to provide incognito transfer of plain text or file without the hassle of login.
Files you sent using this service are not kept or duplicated. Once the file has been downloaded it is deleted from the server. Also files are removed (deleted) once the sender or the receiver disconnected from the server or regenerated a SkyPaste ID.
Connection between your computer browser (HTTP client) and skypaste.com server are encrypted using Secure Socket Layer security. All your uploaded files or sent plain text are protected agains eavesdropping.
You can upload a single file up to 5 MB or a set of files that are less than or equals 5 MB.
By default, every time you load the skypaste.com website into your browser it generates new random SkyPaste ID. If you wish to have a more customized or permanent SkyPaste ID, please wait for the next release where you can register for an ID.