21. April 2010 19:09
So with everyone downloading and playing with the new VS2010, weather it be the express version or full release via MSDN, Microsoft are starting to release tutorials and walkthroughs in to the features of VS2010. Imagine my suprise when visiting the silverlight page and being presented with a BADly worked application. Granted this was on Chrome, but surely having silverlight installed should mean the browser has no effect on the data presented by the app. Poor form Microsoft.
Hopefully they fix this soon.
Microsoft Learning Snacks for Vsual Studio 2010
13. April 2010 21:47
This morning I read that Apple approved the Opera Mini browser after some lengthy consideration. Good news. It was available in Australia the second I read the article and I've been playing with it for a few hours now, It's already replaced my default Safari icon on my nav bar and I'm pretty happy with it. It's got a slick interface and some good UI thought has gone into it. Not to mention the lightining fast speed it downloads/runs pages.
My only gripe at the moment is it's pinch/skew functionality, it's not quite as slick as Safai and could almost be a deal breaker, but I have no doubt this will be a widely voiced gripe and should be fixed realtively soon... Happy surfing.
6. April 2010 23:44
With the recent news of Symbian and Microsoft teaming up, the massive Mobile app exploision of 2010 and this latest release demostrating how a single app with a single code base can be deployed across platforms such as iPhone, Mac and Winfows amoungst others...
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iReverse on Mashable