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Azure

Azure is a Web log client that allows you to create and edit Web log posts on your phone, PDA, or personal computer. It uses J2ME CLDC/MIDP 1.0. It can be used with any system that supports Moveable Type's XML- RPC API.

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  •  27 Mar 2004 09:01

    Release Notes: The user interface is now more streamlined. Draft posts can now be saved locally, and new and draft posts can be edited offline. The number of recent posts displayed is now configurable. The user documentation was improved and other minor fixes and improvements were made.

    •  11 Aug 2003 21:37

      Release Notes: Initial support has been added for multiple blogs. Users can now set the time zone so that post time-stamps are accurate. The maximum post body size is also adjustable, which sets the maximum size for the main and extended bodies and the excerpt. Memory usage should be down a little in general. Network error messages are slightly more useful.

      •  24 Jun 2003 21:36

        Release Notes: Commands have been added to insert commonly used HTML tags into the post body. This makes posting from limited devices a lot easier. The list of insertable tags will be customizable in the future. Support has been for editing a post's extended body and excerpt. A line break to paragraph conversion problem on P800 has been worked around.

        •  06 May 2003 08:32

          Release Notes: This version now displays a progress meter when accessing the network. It refreshes the recent post list after creating a new post. It warns when going back if you will lose any unsaved changes to a post. There is also slightly better error reporting.

          •  22 Apr 2003 10:20

            No changes have been submitted for this release.

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