Archives For November 2013

An Nguyen, developer at BitTorrent

An Nguyen, developer at BitTorrent.
(An wants you to know he wears a tank top most days, and not just for blog photo shoots.)

In Tech Talk, we share the stuff that keeps us busy, keeps us up at night, and keeps us coding.

Often, we have a bunch of data that we want to view or edit over and over again. Here’s how to get started with a graphical user interface (GUI) tool to simplify your workflow, help you work more efficiently, and prevent errors along the way.

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If you’re on Windows, native on a PC or via VM/virtual machine, you can leverage Windows Presentation Foundation (WPF), a free Microsoft GUI framework with many widgets and controls out of the box. Others are freely available here.

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uT Linux Server
Good news!

We’ve just updated the µTorrent Server for Linux. It’s a pretty major refresh from the last version. What’s new? Here’s the rundown.

New features:

Touch based input option for Web UI: use your tablet or mobile phone to control your torrent client in the home network
Remote.utorrent.com integration: use your tablet, mobile phone or computer to control your torrent client from anywhere on the Internet. Either visit remote.utorrent.com or use the Android µTorrent Remote application.

Big improvements:

Performance enhancements to the Torrent engine: the faster just got faster.
Improved web UI: a modern rewrite of the UI for controlling the torrent client in the home network
□ Support for signed torrents
□ Updated RSS feed parser
□ Multiple bug fixes and enhancements

Give the new version a shot, and let us know what you think. Our forums are open. All questions, ideas, and feedback are welcome.

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–Team BitTorrent