1. Markdown is a plain text format for writing structured documents, based on conventions used for indicating formatting in email and usenet posts. It was developed in 2004 by John Gruber, who wrote the first markdown-to-html converter in Perl, and it soon became widely used in websites. by 2014 there were dozens of implementations in many languages.

    It’s crazy how this shit is going on. A good example on how we (as programmers) can barely agree even on naming stuff.


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  2. The reason being the same as it was for iPhone 5 and that is the code frames and sizing don’t work in actual resolution. For example, the iPhone 6 has a resolution of 1334 x 750, but my code is written to think the frame is 320 x 568 (or 480 height for 4S). This remains the same for the new set of iPhones. So here is the data I found when logging the frame size of my app on these different devices, using the iOS Simulator in iOS 8.
    What iPhone 6 screen size means for developers | Clean Crisp Code

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  3. A little further digging, it turns out that Apple is going to use a theoretical resolution of 1242px by 2208px that will be downsampling on hardware level to its existing 1080p panel. No one ever thought of that, not even John Gruber, the venerable Apple enthusiast and genius behind Markdown syntax, who correctly guess both display resolutions for iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 .
    The Curious Case of iPhone 6 1080p Display — Medium

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  5. "Who can stay tonight to fix this bug?"


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