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Blogo.NET completed! »

FERDY CHRISTANT - MAR 28, 2008 (02:08:31 PM)

And yet again Blogo.NET development went smoothly, in fact, it is done! Here is a working Blogo.NET 1.00 running:

 

Below are some new and updated screenshots. It is now possible to manage and upload files. These are stored into the database (not the file system):

The upload form can be used to, well you know...upload.

The form automatically checks if the size of the uploaded does not exceed the maximum. An even more exciting new feature is the integration of a fully fledged rich text editor to easily author blog entries:

And, the settings form has two new settings now: max file upload size and blog description:

Furthermore, I squashed a few bugs, cleaned up some code and tested a lot. I have decided to drop the search and rewrite URL features I talked about last time. I did however include the file management, rich text editor and comment spam prevention mechanism.

What's next?

With development done, I will now prepare to share everything with you. This is more work than you think: I have a manual to write, the software to test and package, pages to publish on my download site and articles to write concerning the "making of". It will be worth it though, trust me.

I can't believe I was considering this project in a much smaller scope only a few weeks ago and that it is now done. Done as in an actual "product", not just a tryout application. 

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COMMENT: CURTIS rating

MAR 28, 2008 - 05:58:29 PM

comment » Looks great Ferdy! Can't wait to learn more about the application. «

COMMENT: JEFF BYRD emailrating

JUN 6, 2008 - 07:04:27 PM

comment » Ferdy,

Thanks for the great examples in your blog. The one about Domino XHTML really open some doors for me. One question. How do you get the File Upload control to work on your xhtml page. I followed the explanation in your other blog post, but I can't seem to make it work.

Do you have an example? Also, how do you check the file size the user is attempting to upload.

Thanks,

-- Jeff «

COMMENT: MOHAMD emailhomepage

DEC 20, 2008 - 05:34:03 AM

comment » hi

why u dont used asp.net autoraizithion. and u write it again ? «

COMMENT: FERDY

DEC 20, 2008 - 10:35:36 AM

comment » Mohamd,

Because Blogo is an internet-facing app, so I cannot rely on Windows-authorization, it's not a controlled domain. «

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