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Hi! Is there anybody who is a native English speaker and want to read an interesting post about the current state of Project Panama (JDK10) and ability to run pure inline x86 assembly from Java? I wrote a blog post, and I want to find somebody who'll help me to improve my using of English in it.
@nxqd: Google is able to render your SPA fine nowadays. unless you're going full "isomorphic" and giving everyone the benefit of server-side generated HTML, I wouldn't bother with it.
@plexus: Don't you have to do things with hash exclamation mark nowadays? What about other search engines?
that hash exclamation mark hack has already been deprecated a couple years now. Google does not recommend using it
@plexus: Cool! Do you have any examples of SPAs that are currently indexed by Google?
@plexus: Good. I didn't know it was deprecated. Only looked at this last year around February.
right, I don't think it's terrible to use it for referring to page-local state, so a URL still corresponds with what's actually on the page
Ah ok. I needed to support IE9, maybe that's why I didn't use it. Really should be getting into this again. Not really doing web stuff atm.
Has anyone had the problem of using a monitor with a too high resolution so the letters become a little too small to read when connecting to a Mac? I've had this with a 25" monitor @ 2560x1440. I'm using a 24" inch monitor at work here @ 1920x1080. This is quite legible for me.
you probably could set the resolution to 1280x720 and it’ll nicely expand (+ you’ll have the 4-pixels-in-1 borders, buttons etc, if you’re into it), but that’ll seriously impact the amount of space
@dajjedzenie: yeah right, so I think I'm stuck to 1920 or 4K for that size of monitor (24-25 inch)
@dajjedzenie: I want the font size to be correct if I'm connected to the monitor, but also when disconnected, without manual intervention
I just created a channel called #C1CT4LUBX to discuss these topics, for whoever is interested in them.
(btw there’s also these 1920x1200 DELLs, these you can actually work comfortably on when they’re rotated 90degs)
@dajjedzenie: yes, I also gave up. Thanks for thinking along. 🙂 I am interested in knowing which monitors work for people that have Macs though.
@dajjedzenie: I was surprised that this is such a problem. Maybe Apple wants me to buy one of their monitors 🙂
@dajjedzenie: exactly, 27". I have had a 27" @ 2560x1440 at work before. That was just ok enough.
@dajjedzenie: by buying one and finding out what works. In my case, I was unhappy about my Dell 25".
@dajjedzenie: while it was the most popular monitor on a popular geek website here in The Netherlands
@dajjedzenie: I think it's a good monitor for doing graphical stuff, but not for programming
@dajjedzenie: I read in some reviews that more people find the font size a bit too small. Should have read those better, and not just have bought the most popular one at that time 🙂
I put it for sale, it was gone within a few days. But now I'm looking for a good replacement.
yeah I guess, I meant I’ve just realized font size depends on the display as well, kinda shocked 🙂
@dajjedzenie: I've heard of some people clinging on to their old monitors at work, because they have become so used it
@borkdude: I’m still using a cordless optical trackman and praying it won’t stop working 😄
There are also big 4k monitors now that are slightly bent. Maybe 2 cheaper smaller monitors are just as effective. I think for me they are.
I work on 2 Dells (U2412M, I think), both rotated + the 15” macbook display and i love it
@dajjedzenie: I'm working on 2 24" Dell monitors now (at work) as well, I think that'll work for me at home too
If you don’t mind black bars when watching movies or such, seriously consider the _x1200 option, 120x1920 pixels make a difference :slightly_smiling_face:
a warning, though: its not bright enough to have a dark themed editor if sun's shining straight at it
yeah, there's u2413, which looks exactly the same but has usb3.0 (+ maybe some other stuff) but its twice as expensive in Poland
Monitors are a sore point with me atm. In my current contract the org I'm working for hot desk so you may or may not have a desk let alone a monitor. Loads of money wasted while ppl wander around the building trying to find somewhere to sit.... usually the other side of building from rest of the team. Oh, what fun!