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 »
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!
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.