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If you happen to have a bazillion blobs, you may have noticed that you have to wait quite a while until your blobs show up in the app. This release improves the Azure Storage Explorer's ability to deal with a lot of blobs dramatically.
- Feature: Blobs will now be fetched in paged lists (currently 200 at a time). Should we have more blobs available for download, we'll show a button at the bottom of the blob list, allowing the user to fetch another 200 blobs.
- Feature: While blobs are loading, we now display an animated loading indicator.
- Feature: Upgraded Azure Node SDK to version 0.6
- Bugfix: Welcome -> Explorer transition is now properly handled by the loading spinner.
- Bugfix: Minor bug fixes and performance improvements
Welcome to version 0.5! We've made a bunch of fixes and a bunch of interesting changes.
- Switch to GitHub Electron as the base framework (also used by Visual Studio Code, GitHub's Atom, or Slack)
- The Azure Storage Explorer "Deco" is now licensed MIT!
- The Azure Storage Explorer is now also code-signed!
- Feature: Squirrel Installer for Windows - no more clicking buttons!
- Feature: Auto-Updates for OS X
- Feature: Set properties on containers
- Feature: Set Properties on Blobs
- Feature: Set SAS Policies on containers
- Feature: Account URLs are now editable, enabling users in China to use this tool
- Feature: Improved Window menu with keyboard shortcuts
- Feature: Improved directory download
- Feature: Account Metrics & Logging Settings
- Feature: CORS Rules Settings
- Bugfix: Container names are handled in a more sane way
Apparently we had a small bug that annoyed a small number of users who upgraded from an earlier version - 0.4.2 will fix that. Here's the very short changelog:
- Hotfix: Include 'open' module in build
- Blob Adapter: Parse strings to types
Thanks to everyone for checking the app out - we found some annoying bugs justifying a quick update, so here we are with 0.4.1. Let's take a look at some of the changes:
- On OS X, you will now find the menu bar populated with actions (#230)
- Various links are now opened in your default browser (#228)
- Icons are improved (the telephone is gone) (#225)
- Bugfix: Account Selection Screen would not reset (#209)
- Bugfix: Small screens with scrolling content would experience weird issues when checking an item (#214)
Thanks to everyone for testing the app in the super early phase - we now reached the 0.4.0 milestone, which means that we finally consider the app actually worth using. Let's take a look at some of the changes:
- Status and progress notifications: Get information about running downloads and uploads (#181, #172, #161, #157)
- Sort Blobs (#186)
- Delete containers, folders, batch files (#183)
- Download whole folders (#175)
- Timestamps in human readable format, hover for GMT (#182)
- Delete Accounts (#170)
- Error reporting for incorrect account information (#165)
- 'Save As' dialogs for single file downloads (#169)
- Slightly improved design and a new icon (#192, #189, #182, #167)
For the first time, we're also providing real installer packages - a DMG for OS X and a MSI/EXE combination for Windows. If you prefer the standalone Windows version, that one is still available, too.
Welcome to our third preview release! This version isn't thoroughly tested, but does what the name promises - preview, upload, and download blobs, create and delete containers, and work from Windows, OS X, or Linux.
- New Interface Design
- Drag & Drop Uploads
- Batch Uploads
- Active Container Highlight
- Improved Preview
- Hundreds of little bug fixes
Welcome to our second preview release! This version isn't thoroughly tested, but does what the name promises - preview, upload, and download blobs, create and delete containers, and work from Windows, OS X, or Linux. In opposition to 0.1.0-beta, this one features actual apps.
Welcome to our first preview release! This version isn't thoroughly tested, but does what the name promises - preview, upload, and download blobs, create and delete containers, and work from Windows, OS X, or Linux.