Adobe Air example of using SME API’s

**This application is now deprecated

The SME multi-cloud API has been used in a variety of tools. It is what is used in our iPad/iPhone, BlackBerry, Windows, Linux and Mac clients. From a language perspective this means Objective C, Java (J2ME), .net, Delphi, PERL, Ruby and of course HTML and PHP. The API is very rich and targetting this API means you can address over 10 storage clouds by binding to one API.

To see how easy it was to use for other users we gave the API to a company and asked them to create an Adobe Air mockup that used the API. What they came back with in a short space of time was impressive.

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Coming Soon

We have a few goodies coming soon:

1. Adobe Air SMEStorage application

This is currently in Alpha and is being built using our rich API. As it is an Adobe Air application it will run wherever Adobe Air runs which currently is Windows, Mac and Linux. It is faster than the native web version and will have certain offline capabilities.

Air SMEStorage

2. iPhone Native Application

The iPhone native SMEStorage application is in final beta internally. It will support everything the Mobile SMEStorage app supports with some extra goodies such as ability to upload and download photo’s to/from the iPhone library, Flickr support, the ability to store all viewed files offline, a voice recorder, and also an internal web server to put files straight on the phone.

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iPhoneGroup iRecorder

Of course both apps work with all the providers we support which include Amazon S3, Mosso Cloud Files, Box.net, Email-as-a-Cloud, GMail-as-a-Cloud and Evernote, all of which can be used individually or together to form virtual cloud storage.

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