Tag Archives: Krakenio


Kraken-powershell batch features

Kraken-powershell batch features

I’ve been working on some new batch features for the kraken-powershell module, which I would like to demonstrate within this blog post. In addition you will also find some helpful automation scripts at the end.

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SeaMist is dead, long live kraken-net

SeaMist is dead, long live kraken-net

I was planning to keep everyone updated about SeaMist however, some pressing work came in between. But now I finally found some time to cover important kraken topics.

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SeaMist 1.1.5 – What’s new

SeaMist 1.1.5l

Don’t worry I will be covering other topics next week. Just wanted to share that I’ve released SeaMist version 1.1.5, the most complete Kraken.io API wrapper for .net, which includes lots of what was still missing. And I have some other interesting news as well.

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Kraken.io quota monitoring

Kraken.io Monitor

In case you are using Kraken.io within your applications, no matter if this involves direct API calls or using an extension / plugin, you might start to wonder if there is an easy way to enable notifications based on your quota’s. This post explains how this can be achieved in 5 minutes using Azure Logic Apps!

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SeaMist Update April

SeaMist Update April

Just a short post covering all updates recently made within the SeaMist GitHub Repository. I’ve strived to implement most of the Kraken.io features, and in addition to this made some project changes as well.

[SeaMist – a .NET based library for the Kraken.io REST API. Available on GitHub and Nuget]

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SeaMist Update – External Storage

SeaMist Update Kraken.io

SeaMist – a .NET based library for the Kraken.io REST API. Available on GitHub

I haven’t updated SeaMist, .NET C# wrapper for the Kraken.io API, for a while and also wasn’t really planning to provide an updated version. However, after looking at the open issues / enhancements requests, I found out there was some demand for implementing Kraken.io External Storage support.

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.NET library for Kraken.io

Kraken.io

Sea Mist – Writing a .NET based library for the Kraken.io REST API. Available on GitHub and Nuget

So I have been working with the Kraken.io Image optimization service for a couple projects, as previous blog posts might have indicated. And must say that not having to include, build, debug, maintain and host an image compression library is really a big deal when you sum it all up. I personally don’t like to waste time on non-core business processes. In addition, nowadays it’s often hard to justify the costs. There are so many problem specific hosted solutions available with great support, documentation, API’s etc.

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