This is a somewhat older (in Internet time) article about some of the cool things LESS can do. I’ve been inclined to poo-poo LESS (and SASS) since it generates way more CSS than what you’d have with well-written raw CSS. But after reading this article, I’d love to start using LESS for at least some of the CSS3 features that it makes MUCH easier to do (gradients and animation are the biggies). So maybe I’ll give it another look - after all, it’s what the kids are doing these days. (Those pesky whippersnappers!)
"They're not uniform. Could be mutations."
"What the devil?"
"601? The computer's overloaded - too much data coming in too fast."
"Dividing and mutating at the same time."
"And nothing to stop it."
Haha! I found this close to the main angular.js file (in the Angular.js framework, duh):
/** holds major version number for IE or NaN for real browsers */
Nice one, Google.
iPhone: user base vs. market share
So, ANALysts who continue to proclaim that Android has a larger market share may be correct that Android is outselling iPhone (worldwide anyway), but from information I’ve seen regarding usage, iPhone is still #1.
What does this mean?
I think it means: 1) iPhones last longer, 2) older iPhones are re-sold and these are not counted as “new” sales even though the sale of an iPhone took place, and 3) Android phones need to be replaced more often, due to sub-par hardware and/or to get the latest flavor of Android - since phone manufacturers and carriers definitely do NOT make updating existing handsets a priority - THEY WANT NEW SALES!
But even with the difference in market share, Apple is the most profitable. Why? People want iPhones and they’re willing to spend a little more for them (even though they really don’t - comparable Android phones usually cost the same or more).
This AppleInsider article points to info from Gartner showing “market share” (which is new phone sales, which Android phone makers may fudge quite a bit as well).
Stop using jQuery?
Saying all that…