There is, however, not so much info with regards to Android. I've placed a few links at the bottom of this article that contain information used to compile this brief explanation. Touch events are a bit like mouse events, but there are some very important differences when it comes to touch vs. mouse: A touch is very hard to keep steady whilst a mouse can stay at a fixed position - this means that we go from a touchStart event directly to a touchMove event.
Unlike a mouse where a mouseDown event is likely to fire without being followed up by a mouseMove event. There is no mouseOver equivalent since a touch can be discontinuous, i.e., we can get from point A to point B without the need of drawing a continuous line between these points. Android and iPhone touch events The Event object Example: What about a click? Gesture events Event table.
Why Programmers Work At Night. [This essay has been expanded into a book, you should read it, here] Image via Wikipedia A popular saying goes that Programmers are machines that turn caffeine into code.
And sure enough, ask a random programmer when they do their best work and there’s a high chance they will admit to a lot of late nights. Some earlier, some later. A popular trend is to get up at 4am and get some work done before the day’s craziness begins. At the gist of all this is avoiding distractions. I think it boils down to three things: the maker’s schedule, the sleepy brain and bright computer screens. The maker’s schedule Paul Graham wrote about the maker’s schedule in 2009 – basically that there are two types of schedules in this world (primarily?). On the other hand you have something PG calls the maker’s schedule – a schedule for those of us who produce stuff. This is why programmers are so annoyed when you distract them. The sleepy brain But even programmers should be sleeping at night. Bright computer screens. PANAXIOM. A Filipino Programmer in Japan.
Theres the itch again.
I thought of something cool to code, fired up my IntelliJ. Splash screen shows up… Loading Plugins.. Waiting Then I thought of looking at my blog feeds… then twitter. I am easily distracted. So I decided to do something about it. Softprops/np. Wuub/SublimeREPL. Resources: Developer-contest. Get Started Now With Typesafe Activator What is a Reactive application?
Reactive applications are a new class of applications that are becoming more and more prevalent in both Consumer and Enterprise-facing environments. Reactive applications are fundamentally different to the traditional web-based or mobile applications seen today and are distinguished by having one or more of the following defining traits: Event-Driven: Enables parallel, asynchronous processing of messages or events with ease. Scalable: Can scale within and across nodes elastically to provide compute power on-demand when it’s needed.
Resilient: The ability to recover and repair itself automatically in order to provide seamless business continuity. Responsive: Rich, engaging, single page user interfaces that provide instant feedback based on user interactions and other stimuli. Typesafe Reactive Platform Typesafe Activator Typesafe Activator helps you get started with the Typesafe Reactive Platform. Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs. Educators, generals, dieticians, psychologists, and parents program.
Armies, students, and some societies are programmed. An assault on large problems employs a succession of programs, most of which spring into existence en route. These programs are rife with issues that appear to be particular to the problem at hand. Play! Framework. Nosql. Go. OpenLayers: Home.