I just had a problem with Xcode 4.0.2 crashing on startup after installation, and thought I'd share the solution. I had just upgraded (in-place) from Xcode 4.0.1. I installed Xcode 4.0.1 in /Developer-4.0, not the default /Developer.
I looked at system logs in Console, they suggested Xcode crashed becaue dyld couldn't find (and thus load) CoreSymbolication.framework.
I figured the ran the uninstall script in Terminal.
After that completed successfully, I trashed the /Developer-4.0 folder (there were some useless leftovers), and re-installed Xcode 4.0.2. It worked!
I just explained PhoneGap to a client wanting an iPhone app. I thought the explanation was good enough to share. If you're trying to wrap your head around it, I hope this helps...
PhoneGap lets developers use web technologies to develop an iPhone app. Apple has a web browser object developers can use to display HTML content. Usually developers use it to display HTML from a remote web server. What PhoneGap does is let developers create their user interface using HTML in the web browser object instead of the built-in user interface objects (buttons, lists, text fields, etc).
As Apple grows, its growing community gives them the benefit of the doubt less and less. I understand why, but at least take the high road. Please stop bitching about Nitro not being available in all of iOS 4.3. These things take time.
Can you imagine the consequences if Apple enabled Nitro in UIWebView and it broke thousands of App Store apps? If you aren't inside Apple you have NO idea what their QA process for this is. Honestly, I think Nitro should be opt-in not opt-out for UIWebView unless Apple can guarantee there are no backward incompatibility bugs.
So MobileSafari is first for Nitro. Apple's eating their own dog food. Hopefully home screen apps and UIWebView come next. I wouldn't be surprised if iOS 4.3.1 or 4.3.2 saw enabled Nitro for home screen web apps. iOS 5.0 is more likely for Nitro'd UIWebView. Apple had to get iOS 4.3 out the door for the iPad 2 launch - there are likely hundreds of radars the engineers wished they could have closed for 4.3 just ran out of time for.
Yahoo! Autos Canada: Winter driving tips - warming up the car
Good to know, because I've always been too impatient to warm up my car and worried that was bad for it - not so.
Palin would never shoot an animal for its fur or for fashion. But it's okay for her to have a bearskin rug (I can only assume she didn't shoot it, doesn't wear it and doesn't consider it fashionable).
watched listened to this video while working at home this evening. I'm working at home this evening because this is a time I'm able to be really productive.
Related, perhaps worth another read:
Me, November 2001: Why Offices Suck
Most stories I see in the news about Police have been negative lately. Here's a nice positive story... glad to hear the guy didn't get arrested or tased!
Pantagraph.com: Break-in of B-N home fails … and what a break
The Globe and Mail: The Plot Against Canada: The enemies within... Alberta?.
YouTube: Tom Brokaw Explains Canada To Americans (during the Vancouver 2010 Olympic Games)