One evening I was pushing an iOS app update to iTunes Connect. Somehow I have accidentally entered word “android” in release notes text box and it was… censored?!
Sometimes when you read a book, you wish you have done it earlier. Vim is a tool I wish I have started using earlier. It is an advanced text editor which has been around for more than two decades. Vim is highly configurable, fast and lightweight. Whilst it is a first class citizen in Unix world, Vim runs well on some exotic platforms like Windows too
So yes, I’m using Windows 8 on MAC, and they started to freeze each time I am trying to install Visual Studio 2012. I thought it happens because of my new shiny SSD hard drive, but I was wrong. An official solution, courtesy of Microsoft Senior SDET hero Tripp Parks, is now available for those experiencing Windows 8 freezing issues
In this article I will focus on Windows 8 Metro app publishing to Windows Store. At the end of the article you’ll find a screencast of whole publishing process. Before we can start there are several things that you must already have: Windows Store developer license; Fully developed and tested app; Additionally test your app with the Windows App Certification Kit; Test your app if looks alright in the snapped and fill view states. You can’t disable or turn off snapped view for your app. The fastest workaround is to show some static image or logo when your app is snapped; Go one more time through Windows 8 app certification requirements and check if your app meets requirements
So this is our first post. Not Really Code is a brand new blog where we, several enthusiastic bloggers will try to provide you with up-to-date information on everything that is new in computing world: from product launches (including apps, books and more) to IT related parties/meets and events. In this blog you can expect to find code snippets for website enhancements, reviews of newest magazine articles and lots of behind-the-scenes activities such as new hires, IT gossip and many more interesting things. You don’t need to know anything about programming to read and understand our blog posts, we will try to explain everything as simple as we can. But you should know the basics of using a computer e-mail, browsing the web, listening to music, and so forth. If you can start a program and save a file, you should have no trouble reading our blog posts. Don’t be shy and help us improve this blog with your comments and feedback