I saw that WF 12's first candidate release was published last night. I will
give it a try, and file JIRAs as needed for the base of our UPS image and
the UPS itself.
I noticed the we currently don't run check-style (e.g. to avoid annoying
unused imports) and find-bugs, to show problematic code, during the build.
If there are no major concers, I am going to give this a shot
yeah... true :-)
On Thu 22. Feb 2018 at 16:38, David Martin <davmarti(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> According to Android Studio, when you create a new project:
> By targeting API 21 and later, your app will run on approximately
> 71.3% of devices.
> By targeting API 24 and later, your app will run on approximately 8.1%
> of devices.
> 8.1% is very different than that page (which adds up to 29.6%)
> Either way, 29.6% coverage seems way too low to me.
> On 22 February 2018 at 15:02, Matthias Wessendorf <matzew(a)apache.org>
> > Hi,
> > we are currently on 21 - but,... w/ 24, we would get decent java 8 API
> > support (e.g. java streams), instead of 'just' lambdas.
> > Of course, we few devices would be left out ...
> > what's the thinking?
> > -M
> >  https://developer.android.com/about/dashboards/index.html
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This is a neat demo of the Ionic Deploy feature that supports. Some
points and thoughts on it:
- Facilitates updating the HTML, CSS, and JS of a Cordova application
- Probably works best with Cordova applications built using Ionic's tools
- Requires a Cordova plugin to fetch updates
- Can store X versions in history on device for rollback
- Supports "channels" so you can enrol beta testers by subscribing their
application to the "beta" instead of "production" channel
- Requires you to push code to their Git remote, but according to a
webinar they will add webhook support
- Can be configured remotely to behave in 3 different patterns:
- Always check for and download updates on the splashscreen
- Check in the background and apply next time application is launched
- Allow developers to define strategy themselves in JS code
It's a paid for feature as part of their Ionic Pro platform. I haven't used
the Pro platform yet, but looks like it will have/has some features similar
to Firebase, e.g static hosting, crash reporting, remote testing and more.
 - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I7PC3O4q1ug
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Today we have libraries to handle Auth stuff for HTTP Basic and HTTP
Digest, this libraries is no longer maintained for a long time and I think
no one is using this kind of Auth anymore. Should we archive it and move to