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Microsoft's Windows 10 phones won't get Android app ports anytime soon… via @pcworld
Today is @SSomasegar's last day at MSFT. Here's my exit interview with him as he leaves after 27 years:…
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Make sure you're using the new Command Prompt in Windows 10 you can ctrl-v directly, go full screen, wrap, and more.…
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Development of 3.1 is underway. Interesting new features, like detailed info of dynamic data usage, better support for SOAP requests, ...
The 5 Biggest Myths About Smartphone Batteries (and Why They’re Mostly False)… via @YahooTech
Which is better for test #automation tools: free or paid tools? #testing
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HttpMaster (Express and Professional) available at DataPicks software library … …
Want to automate execution of HM projects? Start using HttpMaster command line interface; you can find good intro in included help file. - Here are your Top Ten Developer Links from October 23 thanks to @LyalinDotCom.
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.@Microsoft opens first flagship store: Vibrant space showcases best in innovation
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Ability to save complete execution data to external file (hmex extension) which can later be reopened in HttpMaster.
Microsoft Developer Division Chief Somasegar to leave after 27 years via @ZDNet & @maryjofoley
Important new feature in 3.0 is ability to create request chains - use data of previous request with the next request
Here's what Microsoft will announce on October 6… via @SAI
New major version (3.0) released Visit to try powerful new features, like request chaining or command line interface
Version 3.0 gets its last major feature: command line interface to automate execution of projects. 3.0 will be out by the end of this week.
HttpMaster gets four and half star review from @Softpedia editor (…).
New interesting feature added to HttpMaster: save complete execution data to external file for later review (will be part of version 3.0).
Request chaining feature completed. Ability to use data of previous request with the current request will be part of the upcoming version 3.
Work on next major version (3.0) is underway, release expected in October. Will include some exciting features, like request chaining, etc.
Microsoft's Next Battle In Its Fight Against Google via @Forbes
New in version 2.7.1; handy popup menu in execution window with the most common actions.
Feature 'Open project request item as basic request' now also available in Express Edition (version 2.7.1).
Version 2.7.1 released. You can get it at To see what's new, visit
Microsoft to cut 7,800 jobs, mostly in phone business via @ZDNet & @maryjofoley
Nadella turns away from Windows Phone, Surface in new Microsoft mission… via @PSBJ
New in 2.7: specify location for HM temporary execution files. Previously they were stored in default disk location.
HttpMaster Professional now available at Download2You…
Microsoft Corporation Gains a Key Ally for Windows Phone, but Will Others Follow? (VZ):… via @themotleyfool
Important improvement in version 2.7; ability to use dynamic parameters with request headers inside request item.
Version 2.7 released. You can get it at . To see what's new, visit .
Testing of version 2.7 is completed, it will be released this weekend.
Ver. 2.7 testing has begun, release in the first days of May. Exciting features, like multipart upload, dynamic parameters in headers, etc.
Important new feature in the next version; multipart/form-data upload, also available in Express Edition.
Added in upcoming version of HttpMaster Professional; bypass designer to type validation expression directly.
New major version (3.0) development news; option to use dynamic parameters with request headers. 'Actions' buttons also available in Express
New maintenance release (2.6.1) is out, it includes improvements and fixes for high-dpi displays. You can get it at
List of features for the new major version (3.0) has been finalized. You can expect its release in Q2 2015.
Microsoft: Windows 10 will come out this summer via @USATODAY
HttpMaster Professional now available at Gear Download (…). Awarded with 5-star rating.
Version 2.6 released. You can get it at To see what's new, visit
Testing of version 2.6 is in final stages; expect new release this weekend. It will also include some exciting changes regarding licensing.
2.6 is completed, will be released next week. Final feature is fixed execution order index for every request item.
New feature in version 2.6: create new project and request items from all request tabs in basic request window.
Authentication improvements in v2.6: support with basic request + manage auth. data in execution window separately from the project setting.
Microsoft Is Just Getting Started -- Jump Onboard via @Forbes
New features for basic request: show or hide lower/upper pane, authentication support, open additional project items.

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