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adx

adx is a minimalistic but massively Web-enabled address book that runs completely in your Web browser. It's OS-independent and supports comprehensive details for each contact entry, including user identifiers and profiles for Skype, Twitter, Flickr, Delicious, Facebook, LinkedIn, studiVZ, instant messengers, etc. It supports the hCard and XFN microformats.

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Recent releases

  •  22 Oct 2013 23:10

    Release Notes: This release provides enhanced international support (UTF-8 character set) in the address book file and increased support for only partially-known birth dates (e.g., year only, month and date only).

    •  21 Apr 2012 15:22

      Release Notes: This release introduces a configurable map service provider for geo coordinates (longitude and latitude). The preconfigured providers are Google Maps (default), Open Street Map, Bing Maps, and Yahoo Maps.

      •  23 Jan 2011 02:46

        Release Notes: adx supports now photos for each contact. A photo can be added as a URL or embedded via data URI scheme. Additionally, several minor improvements and bugfixes were implemented.

        •  02 Jan 2011 03:00

          Release Notes: This release fixes an issue where the first icon of Web accounts was omitted by the Chrome Web browser.

          •  29 Dec 2010 03:14

            Release Notes: Several improvements were made, like searching in contacts, support for multi-adresses, improved tagging, improved hCard support, and a cleaned-up menu bar.

            Recent comments

            14 Jun 2009 10:32 bartensud

            @betso: Nice to hear, thank you! Ebenso:-)

            13 Jun 2009 16:04 betso

            Great idea with very nice implementation. Keep up the good work! Und viel Erfolg! :)

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