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Alternative method to deploy and test your Android app on hardware devices

Who likes to write code on a touch device? I don’t! Also I don’t like to write at all on my mobile device! But since I’ve discovered that you can do tricky things with this IDE on your mobile device, I ‘ve changed my mind due to an integrated development environment, short IDE, installed on my mobile. You can use AIDE - Android Java IDE (a full featured IDE for Android mobile devices) and Dropbox to deploy and run applications for testing on real devices. Read the rest of this entry »

Petition letter to the w3c

Dear guys from the W3C,

Why do you want to take away my version number? Doesn’t it feel like as if you take away the age of a child?
Can you imagine what it feels like not to be able to raise my fingers to show you how old (or how old of a version) I am? Please, let me keep my version and start caring about important things! There is a lot to do!

Best regards
HTML5

Why it would be a mess, if HTML loses its version number.

According to this announcement from Ian Hickson, a Google engineer and editor of the HTML5 standard :

HTML5 will be the last version of HTML that carries a version number. Ian Hickson, a Google engineer and editor of the HTML5 standard announced that the language will be transitioned to a “living standard” without version numbers.

After reading a post about this topic (which is no longer online) on conceivablytech.com, I started to think about what it would mean, if HTML loses its version number. Read the rest of this entry »