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Movie List Manager (Amazon.com's Web Service)

 
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Hi,
I have just released Movie List Manager (MLM) version 1.0.9. I am writing to those javaranch cowboys that are interested in seeing an example use of Amazon.com's Web Service.
Essentially MLM is a simple managing application for your movies - it uses amazon.com's web service to download information about your own movies. Usability and simplicity are the keywords in this free application.
Feature List:
* Automatic download of movie front-covers, actors and directors Personalize movies with a comment
* Add Numeric and alphanumeric id's to movies
* Export movie lists to html, txt or csv files. The templates used can easily be customized to suite your own needs.
* Find movies by title or id
* Import movie front-covers from your local file system or do it automatically with a net search (quick or custom)
You get it at www.moelholm.com (follow link to Movie List Manager). Please contact me if you have comments to this application.
Regards,
Nicky Moelholm
www.moelholm.com
 
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Why the 2 versions? Why a windows version and an "all other..." version?
 
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To the two versions...
I made an easy installer for the Windows users (who are used to easy installers). The other version can be used by all other users (UNIX etc). Since users of the latter Operating Systems typically are power-users they should be able to use the zip'ed version.
For the two versions: The application itself is identical.
 
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