Right on the heels of my post on how to use the CloudDrive sample to access the logs for your service running on Windows Azure, John Spurlock posted a link to SpaceBlock on the Windows Azure forum that now supports Windows Azure Blob Storage.
This is really cool and actually a much easier way to access logs, just type in your service name and primary access key and away you go:
Just makes it really easy to view and transfer to and from your blob storage account.
I hope we'll see local host Development Storage endpoint support soon. (with pre-populated devstoreaccount1 info already entered)
ClickOnce install is here.
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