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New ECS Release

A new release of ECS 4.0 was rolled out earlier today. There are two new features: A new response group, OfferListings, was added for all locales. This response group returns somewhat lighter version of the data provided by the Offers group. Data for the French locale now includes the French waste tax. — Jeff;

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New and Even More Useful: The Amazon Web Services Resource Center

Minutes ago we rolled out a major upgrade to the Amazon Web Services Resource Center. Here’s what’s new: Product Centers – Each web service category is now a self-contained portal for that web service, complete with boxes and RSS feeds for the newest and most popular resources in the category. There are also “go-to” buttons […]

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New Amazon Mechanical Turk Release

The Amazon Mechanical Turk was upgraded earlier today. The new release includes the ability to use XHTML formatted content as part of HIT Questions, and the ability to host Question on an external web site, framed within the Mechanical Turk user interface. The API version is still 2006-06-20, but the like-dated documents have been updated […]

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New Amazon S3 Features

An upgrade to the Amazon S3 API was released earlier today. The new features include: Virtual Hosting – S3 now respects the HTTP Host header, mapping buckets to a subdomain of s3.amazonaws.com. More information can be found here. Hierarchical Listing of Keys – It is now possible to group the listing of a buckets keys […]

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New Ways to Look at XSLT

Over at Ask Metafilter, a questioner asks “When you imagine XSLT transformations happening in your mind’s eye, what does it look like?” This is a very powerful question to ask, because ancient, procedurally oriented developers like me sometimes have trouble following the non-linear, pattern-driven processing that takes place when an XSLT template is applied to […]

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