Jan 22nd, 2016
Jan 19th, 2016
Social network Site Twitter is offline for users, with web comer being greeted by an error page while company saying it is working on resolution.
Some mobile users are also unable to tweets to the network, which has over 300 million active members. Twitter chose to communicate the problem via a tweet, in which the company said it was apprised of the problem. Trying to access the network over the web just returns the standard “something is technically wrong” error screen, and the service is also suffering outages on apps and software like TweetDeck. So far the world doesn’t seem to have ended because of the outage, but without Twitter working, who would know if it had? (Source by Theverge)
Jan 13th, 2016
Apple has recently released a new version of its code editor and IDE: Xcode 7.3 Beta.
The new version accompanies with few additions and upgrades, for example, better code finish and support for Swift toolchains. Since Apple recently offered an open source version of its Swift programming language, it was just characteristic that Xcode’s forthcoming variants will offer more space to play with for Swift coders, and Xcode 7.3 Beta does not disillusion.
Jan 11th, 2016
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Web Explorer has long been the worst thing about numerous Web developers’ presence, yet here’s a few news to light up your day: Internet Explorer 8, 9 and 10 are coming to ‘end of life’ on Tuesday, which means they’re no more bolstered by Microsoft.
A patch, which goes live on January 12, will annoy Internet Explorer clients on dispatch to upgrade to a modern browser. KB3123303 includes the nag box, which will show up for Windows 7 and Server 2008 R2 clients as yet utilizing the old browsers after installing the update.