Download webOS 3.0 SDK

webOS SDK Free

The webOS 3.0.4 SDK contains the libraries necessary to do both JavaScript development and C/C++ development. For JavaScript development, the SDK includes the command line tools needed to package, download, and debug applications, as well as sample code, reference code, and reference documentation. For C/C++ development, the SDK also includes the Plug-in Development Kit (PDK), which includes a GCC compiler, SDL and OpenGL code libraries, project templates, sample source code, scripts, utilities, documents. You will be given an opportunity to opt out of installing the PDK during the installation process.

You can install the SDK on Windows, OS X, and Ubuntu Linux host PCs. For C/C++ development, the SDK integrates with Visual Studio on Windows, and Xcode on OS X, although you can use command-line tools if you prefer.

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25+ awesome must-have iPhone freebies

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Here is a list of must-have apps for your iPhone. I’ve spend some time to finding out free apps with direct links to iTunes. Included applications also for Facebook, MySpace and Twitter.

  • A personal assistant Condemn your organizer to the scrap heap with this app, letting you fit all your personal accounts in the palm of your hand.
  • AIM Keep in touch, send instant messages and check up on your friends’ statuses. The AIM app is rock solid, and even works with Apple’s
  • AroundMe Instantly find nearby banks, gas stations, coffee shops, and other businesses and services.
  • Bubble wrap Everyone loves bubble wrap. Pop, pop, pop! It shouldn’t be fun, but it really is! This wonderfully simple app shows off the responsiveness of Apple’s touchscreen.
  • Dashbuster Manage your Blockbuster or Netflix queue anytime, anywhere. Great for those times when a friend recommends a movie and you think, "Yeah, I gotta rent that."
  • Facebook The ultimate timewaster, sorry, social networking tool. Use Facebook’s dedicated iPhone app to keep in touch with everyone you know and update them with your every move.
  • Google Earth Like the desktop version? The iPhone app is even cooler because it can pinpoint your current location and "tilt" your view as your tilt your phone.
  • Graphing Calculator Why spend big bucks on a graphing calculator when your iPhone/touch can do the job for nada? This uber-handy tool offers functions ranging from absolute value to tangent.
  • Hanoi A beautiful rendition of the classic Towers of Hanoi game. The object is simple: move a stack of disks from one side of the board to the other. I couldn’t put it down.

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How many filename extension do you know?

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A filename extension is a suffix to the name of a computer file applied to indicate the encoding convention (file format) of its contents. In some operating systems (for example Unix) it is optional, while in some others (such as Windows) it is a requirement. Some operating systems limit the length of the extension (such as DOS and OS/2, to three characters) while others (such as Unix) do not. Some operating systems (for example RISC OS) do not use file extensions.

Here you have most popular extensions:

.$$$ Temporary file
.$$A OS/2 program file
.$$F OS/2 database file
.$$S OS/2 spreadsheet file
.$D$ OS/2 planner file
.$DB DBASE IV temporary file
.$ED Microsoft C temporary editor file.
.$VM Microsoft Windows temporary file for virtual managers.

 

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