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+ - Swift can be easily twiddled if necessary->

Submitted by Kensai7
Kensai7 (1005287) writes "...Swift. It really appears to be a very pragmatic language. If you look at the generated library header (in Xcode, command-doubleclick on any Swift type to see it), nearly all operators and types are defined there, in often surprising detail. In other words, few language features are hard-wired into the parser/compiler – the Swift library/runtime and the pre-LLVM optimizer are, instead, responsible for the language and its implementation details, and therefore more easily twiddled if necessary."
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Comment: Re:Willingness to pay differs per medium (Score 1) 333

by Kensai7 (#46338515) Attached to: How Mobile Apps Are Reinventing the Worst of the Software Industry

Are more willing because it is a rarity to have a well-designed mobile page that has the same functionality as an app, even if today's standards allow it. I blame both developers and manufacturers of OSes (Apple, Google, etc) for that. In order to lure customers to their systems they privilege functionality that otherwise could be universal.

Comment: What can be done? (Score 2) 333

by Kensai7 (#46338115) Attached to: How Mobile Apps Are Reinventing the Worst of the Software Industry

The question is... what can be done to stop and revert this horrible trend? Developers need to further promote current and future web browser standards so we can have all the fancy functionality of the apps in a web page. It doesn't always work, but it should be the long term goal.

Stellar rays prove fibbing never pays. Embezzlement is another matter.

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