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Blackberry is pulling Adobe AIR support.
 
Dear John. Bulldozer will stop working for users who install the 10.3.1 update on their phones. Please submit a rewritten Bulldozer ASAP.

Love-n-kisses, Blackberry.
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Must be slightly different as it doesn't support ANEs.
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Chrome 35 looks like it's going to be an awesome release! :-)
 
Chrome 35 Beta is now out! Includes Promises, Object.observe(), Weak Maps/Sets, Unprefixed Shadow DOM and much more!
 
http://blog.chromium.org/2014/04/chrome-35-beta-more-developer-control.html
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New in Chrome 34 via the blog post:
- Responsive Images and Unprefixed Web Audio
- Import supervised users onto new computers
- A number of new apps/extension APIs 
- A different look for Win8 Metro mode 
- Lots of under the hood changes for stability and performance
 
Chrome 34 stable is out! Includes: srcset and tons of security fixes

http://googlechromereleases.blogspot.co.uk/2014/04/stable-channel-update.html
The Chrome Team is excited to announce the promotion of Chrome 34 to the Stable channel for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Chrome 34.0.1847.116 contains a number of fixes and improvements, including: Responsive Images and Unprefix...
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The Start Menu is coming back. Part Windows 7 UI and part Windows 8 UI. Sounds like it will be included in an Windows 8.1 update.

The graphic is from the Verge's live blog of the Microsoft Build keynote:
http://live.theverge.com/microsoft-build-2014-live-blog/
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Asynchronus Javascript debugging now in Canary and can be found in Chrome 33 or 34 by turning on the feature in experiments!

Plus great to see the article from +Pearl Chen. She gets bonus points for using a Doctor Who example.  :-) 
 
Debugging async JavaScript in Chrome Canary just got awesome.
Up your JavaScript debugging kung fu with asynchronous call stack traces in the Chrome DevTools.
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xkcd does a great job in explaining what exactly the Heartbleed bug is in very simple terms.
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#DevTools Tip: View event listeners registered on any node

Navigate to the Event Listeners pane and browse the events registered on any node. You can also view the source of an event listener by selecting Show Function Definition in the context menu.
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#DevTools Tip: Store JavaScript objects as temporary global variables

Paused at a breakpoint? Store a locally scoped JavaScript object as a global variable by right clicking on it in the Console panel and selecting Store as global variable
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In 2015, the jQuery team will release jQuery 1.13 that will drop completely support for IE6 and IE7, as well as Opera 12.1x and Safari 5.1.

So it sounds like jQuery 1.13 will be for IE8 while jQuery 2.3 will be for modern browsers.
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Yeah, the only place I've seen IE6 in years is my local public library where they use it for their card catalog. It's two machines running in some kind of "kiosk mode" where it can't infect anything outside the library's database, so I don't mind :)
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Wow... the company behind Minecraft was in talks to bring Minecraft to the Oculus Rift and they just cancelled the deal because of the Facebook buyout.
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To quote a friend: "Oculus R.I.P"

Everyone knew it was a money game, but DANG. Short jump to the end of the money game line. 
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    Web app & mobile developer, 2011 - present
  • StickerYou
    Flex developer, 2009 - 2011
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  • Questrade Inc.
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I'm a freelance web & mobile app developer from the Toronto area. Lately I've been making PhoneGap apps with jQuery Mobile & Sencha Touch 2. I've also been slowly picking up native Android on the side.
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    2002
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I've been going to this store for quite some time despite there being other comic book stores closer to where I live. Their pricing is really great especially for tradepaperbacks. The owner is often working there and is really nice, friendly and helpful. If there is anything they don't have in stock, they will be happy to order it for you.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
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reviewed a year ago
One of the absolutely best comic book stores in Toronto. Their selection of titles is really great especially when it comes to independent publishers.
Quality: ExcellentAppeal: ExcellentService: Excellent
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