I discovered and played with the CLI text based file browser Midnight Commander this weekend.Continue reading post "Midnight Commander"
Last week, I had to submit an iOS cordova app to the app store again. It’s rare for me, and every time I struggle with it.Continue reading post "#1749"
After some struggling, I got the PhoneGap app for the Akron Art Prize submitted to the iOS and Android app stores. Since it was a new thing for me and I wanted to ensure I could do it again, I took some notes on how to submit them to each store. I tried to do as much with the PhoneGap CLI as possible so it was easily reproducible from a git repo. Note that I used ‘cordova-icon’ and ‘cordova-splash’ for the PhoneGap-side assets, so I didn’t need to touch the platform folders beyond what is mentioned below.Continue reading post "Sign and submit PhoneGap app for iOS and Android"
Figuring things out with this phonegap stuff. I will have to post some of what I’ve learned when I have more time. We’re just about to the point that we can submit the app and then make the rest of the changes we have left client side. I’ve never done the submission process. It looks a bit confusing with signing things with certificates / keys and using the clients’ developer accounts. Hopefully it won’t prove too difficult. I remember it taking a while for the iOS store at least and know we had some problems with rejections where we had to resubmit several times. Hopefully we don’t run into that now, especially since we’re on tight deadlines as is.
Struggling with PhoneGap:
- had trouble with geolocation on iOS
- wasn’t able to get cordova-icon or cordova-splash to work, or ‘config.xml’ icon configuration, so I had to manually put icons in place for now
- struggled getting a coworker’s build working
Tomorrow, I get to work on the app submission part for the first time. Sounds like it will be a challenge itself. Wishing that PWA‘s had better support.
Awesome, there is a digital version of the Library of Babel. Everything that you could ever write is in there, with some caveats. Caveats are that:
- each book is less than or equal to 1,312,000 characters
- it is in the English alphabet
- all characters are lowercased
- all non-alphabet characters removed except the space, period, and comma
Any searches would have to be translated to those specifications.
I found this through Jeremy Keith’s discussion of the anchor / link element.