Sunday, March 27, 2005

It's an Easter Egg!

Version 105 features improved image ids logging, including linking smugmug image IDs to the original file names - and then some.

Saturday, March 26, 2005

Another week, another version

Now with the Categories/Subcategories creation.
It's a hack, but it works.
Deletion/renaming will follow, and then - SYNC!

Wednesday, March 23, 2005

9,000+ hits and counting!

I guess, by the weekend SE will be hovering around 10K... :-)

Sunday, March 20, 2005

New Version Uploaded

First one to feature local cache.
It took me awhile to pick up proper DB engine, and most of the time was spent on a framework.
For now the only two benefits are:
  • once albums and categories are downloaded, all next launches will be much faster since all the data is already cached locally
  • PRO users can now save the data into separate database and use it with MS Access.

More changes are coming..

Thursday, March 10, 2005

Version 100 uploaded!

3 months, 6,500+ hits since original deployment, version 100 is out.

Saturday, March 05, 2005

6,000 hits and counting!

Three months - going strong!

Friday, March 04, 2005

New Version Uploaded

It takes care of API change, as well as few minor issues.
While smugmug CEO says old version should work, too, I'd recommend an update..

Smugmug API updated

Whole bunch of changes was done to underlying API on March 4 2005.
I'm making it my top priority to accomodate those changes asap.
Hopefully it will be done over the weekend.
Stay tuned.

Thursday, March 03, 2005

Added multi-account support

New version can hold multiple accounts per a single license, so pros with multiple account can use it on a single machine - all you need is to switch between them.

Wednesday, March 02, 2005

PivotTables Tutorial

Now that SE (PRO version) allows to export your pro sales data into Excel-compatible CSV files, what are you gonna do with all this vital information?
The answer is: Pivot it!!
Learn online in less than 30 min how do deal with this extremely power part of Excel - straight from Redmond wizards:
Microsoft Office Training: PivotTable I: What's so great about PivotTable reports?