For everyone that is currently experiencing a problem with the Unofficial Triple J Now Playing app, I apologise. It seems that Triple J have made some changes to their feeds recently and it appears to randomly crash some instances of the app.
- The problem is intermittent and therefore difficult to determine the root cause
- the problem does not appear to be specific to a handset
- the problem does not appear to be specific to a version of Android
I appreciate your patience while I fix this issue and I’ll have the app up and running again ASAP!!! In the mean time, keep sending through your crash reports. Every report I get brings me closer to debugging the issue!
As well as the desk I need to make sure I accurately represent the components that I essentially will be building this desk to suit!
Rather than just jumping into the fog I’ve decided that it is smart to think carefully about exactly what it is I’m attempting to fit into and onto this desk, starting with me!
Google Chrome has been my browser of choice for some time now. So familiar and expectant I am with the user interface and exceptional performance that whenever I am forced to switch to another browser, I am instantaneously irritated by the lack of intuitive UI, laggy experience and long loading delays.
Just this week I have discovered yet another long realised yet under touted feature that exists in the Chrome browser: Bookmark Synchronisation between devices.
It has me almost as excited as I was all those years ago when I first realised that the contacts on my shiny new Android phone automatically synchronised with my GMail account!
Eevee has ranted about a mind blowing list of problems associated with PHP as a programming language over at the Fuzzy Notepad. The article PHP: a fractal of bad design is a monstrous tribute to everything we all know as PHP programmers but are afraid to admit. Normally I don’t read beyond the third or fourth paragraph of an article like this, but as someone who’s embedded in PHP at the moment, I couldn’t help myself!