What to look for. I bought Avnet's $49 Spartan 3A development board but it was discontinued not long afterward - right about the time when I decided I needed a few dozen more. I've since done some extensive research (thanks, Google!) to find a comparable thrifty thrill.
Notepad++ usage looks suspiciously similar to Windows usage. I'm surprised that vim usage is as high as it is, especially compared to emacs. I expect many Notepad++ and Sublime users to move to Atom as it grows in features and the rough edges get some polish (e.g. Git on Windows). http://stackoverflow.com/research/developer-survey-2015#tech-editor
When we say 'mobile' we don't mean mobile just as when we said 'PCs' we
didn't mean PC. This isn't about the screen size or keyboard or location or
use. Rather, the ecosystem of ARM, iOS and Android, with 10x the scale of
Wintel, will become the new centre of gravity throughout computing.
Looks like it's hard of all sorts of iOS app developers to navigate Apple's changes to APIs and services. This is in addition to the WebView, Location, layout and asset problems we've encountered ourselves.
Five years ago, Steamclock launched our first app, WeddingDJ. The concept was simple: a foolproof music app that you can use to run a wedding. A simple interface lets you plan out your songs and playlists, and the playback screen keeps a fat finger from skipping halfway through “Here Comes the ...