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Luis Majano

January 17, 2011

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This is an update to our Amazon S3 support and S3 Explorer thanks greatly in part to my friend Alagukannan (http://blogs.alagukannan.com/).  Of course, this is hosted on ForgeBox, so get your forge on: http://coldbox.org/forgeBox.



This release sports ColdBox 3 support for both the plugin and the Explorer.  We have also added S3 folder support, so you can create sub-folders in any bucket, updated the interface and some nice fixes to URL encoding for private and read only files.  So stay tuned as we add more features to our explorer and S3 support.



So what are you waiting for, get your Amazon on!


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