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Aireo Beta

Sunday, February 17th, 2008

Well, it’s been a while but the private beta of Aireo has been released. You can signup for the beta here. I can’t promise invites for everyone, but I’ll do my best.
Aireo is an digital asset solution, letting you simply upload your files to the internet, keeping them backed up safety, and providing a intuitive […]

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Apollo File Sharing via Bonjour (Multicasting)

Friday, May 25th, 2007

I’ve been playing around with an Apollo project, dubbed ‘AirShare’, that utilises Bonjour to share files on the local area network, allowing people using the program on other computers to browse these, and download them.
Bonjour is basically a networking protocol developed by Apple that uses multicast Domain Name System service records to locate devices such […]

AirShare, Air (Apollo), Aireo, Uncategorized | 4 comments

Aireo updates & screenshots (S3 Digital Asset Manager using Apollo/Ext/Rails)

Sunday, May 20th, 2007

I’ve been a bit quite lately on updates to Aireo, rest assured - they are happening! Below are some screenshots of the progress so far. Just to recap, Aireo is a digital asset manager, abstracting S3, residing on EC2, running with ruby on rails with a html and apollo interface. All but two of the […]

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Aireo and Ext

Thursday, April 19th, 2007

I’ve been writing Aireo’s html interface using Ext. Ext is a JavaScript library, built by Jack Slocum, which can run on top of prototype. Version 1.0 has just been released. Below’s the work of a couple of days integrating Ext, Jester and Aireo’s REST backend:

Also this solution to file storage looks interesting.

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Apollo and Offline Usage

Thursday, March 8th, 2007

I’ve been wondering how Adobe are going to tackle offline usage of Apollo (in the context of my app, Aireo). Will they assume developers will be using some sort of advanced synching system, like Flex Data Services, will they provide an synching api, or will they just led the developer know when the application is […]

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More on Aireo (S3, Rails & Apollo file storage)

Thursday, February 8th, 2007

I thought readers would like to hear the story behind Aireo and the problems I’m trying to solve, so here goes:
The original idea came out of a conversation I had during some work experience up in London. We were talking about the benefits of remote storage solutions, such as S3, compared to traditional solutions - […]

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Aireo Progressing Well

Sunday, January 28th, 2007

I’m very pleased with the amount of progress made with aireo over the past few months. Below is a list of features (that only scratch the surface) of what’s currently implemented in aireo. The ones in bold are main features that I’ll be tackling shortly (not yet finished); otherwise the feature is […]

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Aireo - File Storage Revolutionized

Tuesday, November 21st, 2006

You may have been wondering what I’ve been working on in the last few weeks as this blog has been quite silent lately.
I’ve been busy on a Apollo, Rails and S3 mashup called Aireo.
For those of you who don’t know, S3 is an Amazon file storage service that has a lot of advantages over storing […]

S3, Air (Apollo), Aireo | 3 comments

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