The period is nothing more than a separator of values. They could use pipes, exclamation points or hash marks to delimit the values. 10#10 is (OSX Yosemite) is actually Apple OS Major Version #10, Incremental version #10 (Yosemite). It was preceded by 10#9#3 (Mavericks). See what I did there with the hash mark? Egads! Now it’s REALLY an invalid decimal!
If you aren’t in the field, learn about it before spouting off. You just look dumb. But some people take pride in looking dumb… Their, There, They’re as an example.
What is a baseball golf score? It’s a simple little process of breaking a long MLB season down into 18 holes. Each hole being “par 4″ (5-4 record). A 72 loss season (90 wins) is about right to get a team to the playoffs.
This year, I have redesigned it entirely to be iOS 7 only. Why? Because doing major SDK version checks is a pain in the arse and I just wanted to make the app simple. With iOS 7 adoption rates near or over 80%, I just figured I’d go with the cool crowd. Sorry iOS 6 folks.
It’s much prettier and clean to be honest. Still has push notifications so you will be told when your favorite team’s score changes.
Contact me if you have any bugs or suggestions. I may actually respond…or not. I’m a super busy guy (read: lazy).
We have submitted AWSome 1.3 to the app store in response to Apple’s new iOS 7 operating system update!
App update is out now!
It’s minor but it does take advantage of the new swipe back table views and other UI elements.
An all new menu has been created that I think is a little more intuitive. A very simple drop down menu from the top.
Also, you can now use a custom app url scheme to add accounts to your AWSome account list. Just email yourself the scheme with the values and AWSome will open and add the account automatically. Here’s an example:
awsome://add?accountname=[THE NAME OF THE ACCOUNT]&accountkey=[THE ACCOUNT KEY]&secretkey=[THE ACCOUNT SECRET KEY]&isdefault=[true|false]&accountid=[THE ACCOUNT ID FOUND UNDER YOU NAME]
Cloud solutions are all the rage these days for web services. Cloud is really just a new fancy way for, uh, server not where i’m at. But there’s more to it than that.
Amazon has a great solution called AWS (Amazon Web Services) that allows for great flexibility to serving up information to customers.
Another thing Amazon has done is made their AWS open to an API. They have crafted multiple SDK libraries for various languages people develop in.
I decided to make use of their API to make a handy and useful iOS app. I called it AWSome. I know, I know… Awesome is spelled with an ‘e’ but that doesn’t work with my word play…. But this app is AWESOME!
Summary view of your EC2 services.
Keep things secure with a passcode lock screen
Swipe to the right, hit settings and change your default region.
You can add as many accounts as you like.
More items will be accessible as AWSome gets enhanced.