Our biggest feature release for the year so far, it includes a new memory profiler, improved testing support, and full editing and debugging support for C++.
You can follow the work in progress by enabling the experimental flag named "Tab Discarding" at chrome://flags/#enable-tab-discarding.
Then check out chrome://discards too see all your tabs sorted from most interesting to least interesting. You can even discard one by yourself now ;)
For info, Chrome OS has already this feature.
The iron-dropdown element, and paper-menu-button have both been updated to 1.0.0.
The paper-dropdown-menu element is still being ported, should have updates on that soon.
A technique worth noting, to create a paper-dropdown like element is to use an iron-dropdown and place a paper-material element inside of it. You can check out the implementation for paper-menu-button for an example of this, and we're also adding a little blurb to the readme of iron-dropdown to explain it.
Well these pictures are of my Lightning connector. I bought my iPad the day it was released. It is a fourth gen as well and the cable you see is not an aftermarket one but the one supplied to me when I purchased the device. I don't own an aftermarket lightning adaptor for fear it might break.
I think Apple needs to take a serious look at this adaptor, I hesitate every-time I plug it in for fear I might be revisiting my wife's situation any day now.
Just so you know if you do break one of these off in your iPad it is considered customer damage and you will either have to pay the incident fee (if you have AppleCare+) or pay for a replacement iPad. When I called Apple to see if there was an issue with my cable or maybe a recall I was told that there is no method to replace the cable except to return it to an apple-store.
Technology is my passion. I spent the last 10 years perfecting my skill as an IT/Developer/Hacker and it shows in the work that I do. From microcontrollers to UX, C++ to C#, and solder to product I have been able to utilize my skills in the enterprise world building and integrating systems that boggle the mind. I am known for my swiss-army knife like ability to switch between systems and languages without a hitch in production. I am truly a hacker and love what I do.
Most recently I have been writing a book about my exploits in hacking the Microsoft Xbox 360 sensor and am well known in several industries for my other hacks.
You can find my author bio at http://www.amazon.com/David-Bates/e/B005Q9XBK6/
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