Just testing out office 365. Surprising features in Outlook include unsubscribing folders, still makes them delete-able. Which is very surprising as you’d likely unsubscribe to a folder to not consume local space and download, and just want it left alone on the server. But alas the default to spam fill everything, with no subscribe wizard, and a bad default action on unsubscribed folders, and you’d think Microsoft never ever tested this thing in the real world of reality.
I have been thinking of a short cost saving by an Azure migration, but this has to be tested before committal. The last thing I need is to find that Microsoft has some limits on root servers. I find my current provider good, and would not want to end up between a rock and a hard place.
You’ll need the insert headers and footers plugin and then put the following in the footer. As the mount is done before the page bottom, there maybe problems with some aspects. In any pages or postings it then becomes possible to incorporate your own tag objects, and refer to them in a type definition. As the service of such “types” has to be free of certain HTML concerns, it’s likely a good idea to set up a github repo to store your types. CSS via less is in the compiler.
Below should appear a timer … The visual editor can make your custom tags disappear.
Produced by the following …
<script src="hhttps://rawgit.com/jackokring/riot-embed/master/timer.tag" type="riot/tag"></script>
Or with the shortcoder plugin this becomes … in any post …
[sc name="riot" tag="timer"]
And … once in the shortcoder editor
<script src="https://rawgit.com/jackokring/riot-embed/master/%%tag%%.tag" type="riot/tag"></script>
GitHub Repo for Ideas
Next up storing PON …
Had an interesting meetup about Android wear. All good, nice introduction to the new Complexity API, and general revision on optimization for power and other resources. It did get me thinking about MVC design patterns, and how I’d love the implementation to be. Model instantiate, model update, a model save callable, a view renderer, and a control list builder from method parameter signature. Very minimalist.
Initial thoughts indicate that the ordering of the controller events should be done based on the order of method occurrence in the class file for say Java. Also supplying a store state to the instantiate, and as a parameter to the store callback would be good. Like a Bundle. The renderer just needs a graphics context, and the controller callbacks need a unique method name (with some printed name mangling), and a boolean parameter to either do, or request doable for a grey out, and returning a boolean done, or doable status.
Synchronized on thread can keep mutual criticals from interfering, and a utility set of methods such as useIcon on the doable control query path could set up the right icon within a list with icons. This is the simplest MVC factorization I can envisage, and there are always more complex ones, although simpler ones would be hard. For post-process after loaded, or pre-process before saving, there would be no essential requirement to sub factor, although overrides of methods in a higher level object MVC may benefit from such.
Method name mangling should really be combined with internationalization, which makes for at least one existential method name printed form and language triad. This sort of thing should not be XML, it should be a database table. Even the alternate doable test path could be auto generated via extra fields in this table and some extra generation code, to keep the “code” within the “list field” of the editor. I’ve never seen a text editor backed by a database. Perhaps it could help in a “pivot table/form” way.