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Delicer - del.icio.us .NET Client Now Available

Today I published the Delicer - del.icio.us .NET Client on the web. You can download it now from here. It requires .NET framework 2.0 on the client machine.


Over the next few days I shall publish a small tutorial on how to use it but it should be straight-forward if you are familiar with del.icio.us - a social bookmarking service that allows users to tag, save, manage and share Web pages from a centralized source.


Delicer provides the core functionality del.icio.us provides and helps you manage your tags and posts effectively and quickly navigate through your bookmarks. When you have around 1000 bookmarks it becomes difficult to manage and navigate via web interface.


Please, read readme.txt file that comes with the installation.


NOTE: After the installation go to the Delicer installation folder and change username/password in the config file to your del.icio.us username/password.


Rename Tag functionality is disabled currently due to the problems on the del.icio.us server side. I expect to see a few feature requests, bug reports and some feedback once people start using it. The plan is to publish the next build on the web soon.


Enjoy :)


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# Delicer 0.5.1.0 - del.icio.us .NET Client Now Available

4/16/2006 12:33 AM by Anatoly Lubarsky

# Delicer (del.icio.us Windows Client) 0.5.2.0 released

4/22/2006 4:52 PM by Anatoly Lubarsky

# Delicer: del.icio.us Windows Client hits 200 downloads

4/27/2006 1:14 AM by Anatoly Lubarsky

# Delicer 1 Year Anniversary - 5000 Downloads
Delicer - windows client for del.icio.us was announced exactly one year ago. This project did not get too much attention from my side, however - it gained constant interest throughout this year and almost passed 5000 downloads mark [ ... ]

4/15/2007 4:32 PM by Anatoly Lubarsky

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