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Updated version of my WPF client for Azure's blob storage

Some time ago I published onto CodePlex the first version of a WPF client to manage files on the Windows Azure blob storage. I just updated the application so that it can take advantage of the July 2009 CTP of Windows Azure SDK APIs removing also some unused references to unit testing assemblies that caused crashes with ClickOnce installations.

If you are interested in Windows Azure and you need a simple tool for uploading and removing files and folders in the blob storage without reinventing the wheel, try to take a look at its CodePlex workspace :-)

The client's source code is in Visual Basic 2008, while the SDK APIs are in C#. You can also download the only ClickOnce installer if you like.

Feedbacks are really appreciated.

Alessandro

Print | posted on sabato 26 settembre 2009 19:36 | Filed Under [ Visual Basic Windows Presentation Foundation Windows Azure ]

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