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SharpBox 1.1 SR1

Rating:        Based on 3 ratings
Reviewed:  3 reviews
Downloads: 833
Change Set: 78944
Released: Aug 27, 2011
Updated: Aug 27, 2011 by dei79
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

Service Release 1 for SharpBox 1.1
  • Feature: Support for CloudMe
  • Feature: Support for FTP (as experimental provider in the staging area)
  • Feature: Added sample mock storage provider
  • Feature: Progressbar callback contains bandwidth information
  • Feature: Allowed to disable proxy usage with WebRequestManager.Instance.SetEmptyProxySettings
  • Feature: Added HasChildrens method in ICloudDirectoryEntry interface
  • Change: Stabilized storage provider API
  • Change: The up/download progress callback gots a Cancel property to interrupt the transfer!
  • Change: Migrated transfer progress callback to the common .NET event signature
  • Fix: WebDAV with NTLM authentication doesn't support unbuffered uploading - Issue 16197
  • Fix: GenericCurrentCredentials on WebDAV doesn't work - Issue 16192
  • Fix: TCP Ports different from the standard ports are ignored - Issue 16341
  • Fix: CreateObjectsFromNetworkStream doesn't parse WebDav PROPFIND response correctly from Apache server - Issue 16346
  • Fix: A wrong app key or secret does not raise an Unauthorized exception (thanks to tonioplex)
  • Fix: The method GetFileSystemObjectUri returned a meta data url for DropBox files
  • Fix: SharpBox crashed when is_deleted property was not part of the DropBox JSON message

Reviews for this release

     
I'm developing a small app that connects to a WebDav server. Honestly, at first I thought connecting to the server would be a difficult and annoying task.... until I tried SharpBox. Great library and great work! Thanks!
by jmenossi on Sep 5, 2011 at 4:58 PM
     
Works great for me. Thank you!
by Ezasa on Sep 3, 2011 at 10:28 AM
     
first impression is great. Love the new progress callback possibilities.
by maltmann on Aug 29, 2011 at 10:49 AM