How to delete index on App Engine for Java

At the time of this writing there is no function to delete (unused) your datastore indexes directly with the Java tool set. But there is a way around: the python SDK has a function called vacuum_indexes. This is how your can do it, step by …

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New Features: Searching the archive

I’m trying to improve Feederator.org. Sometimes changes are rather invisible to the end user. Sometimes new features extend the use of feederator rather dramatically. I enabled such a feature today: searching the archives with full text key words. To keep your inbox clean Feederator moves …

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New Feature: Copy items to another feed

Since feederator is only a free time project, it takes time to implement all the features that I want feederator to have. I’m stealing here a bit of time, there using a gap between coming home from work and dinner. The guys over at lifehacker …

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New Layout

More and more, the current layout seemed not to be as convenient as we first thought. The layout looked like it was designed with a mobile device in mind, than running nicely on a desktop. But since it is our long term plan to bring …

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A word about Feederator…

Did you ever want to control which items of a (RSS) feed should be used by your consumer and which should be ignored? Feederator helps you to organize your feeds, filter specific items or even mix two feeds together to a new one. If not …

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Feederator Beta out!

We’ve been working on Feederator a while now. It is a great feeling, now that it is finally out for users to try it. But be warned: Feederator is improving constantly. We’re adding features and fixing bugs on a daily basis. If you want to …

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