As you can see, there are quite a few places where the templates are supported, including Outlook 2003 and Windows Mail.
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Another question we've received is: "how do I get started?"
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Many of the native applications currently available run poorly on Surface RT due to lack of optimization and testing for the ARM platform versus x86. Probably not terribly different from the iPad 1 on launch day, but it remains to be seen how quickly that will get resolved.
The second reason is becausesupports end-to-end batching of messages. Computers love linear scans and transfers with big arrays, they hate little bursty random messages. One prerogative of an asynchronous messaging system is the …
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Mailplane - There aren't a heck of a lot of alternatives to Sparrow out there (though I expect a lot of wannabe apps to launch shortly). isn't bad, if you want a better experience than the web offers by itself.
LibEtPan - Apparently the mail library underneath Sparrow is still alive as open source.
Textastic - for the iPad with some interesting features to make coding less painful.
Adobe2.0 Released …
…you're running Speed Tracer is even better .,
Present Sparrow takes flight: how a startup built the Gmail app Google couldn't .
Woof In today's comic relief, text from dog .
A - I've looked at Against Using CoffeeScript , and I find myself strongly in agreement with the points made here. I might just be too old to learn new tricks though.
Bfxr - sound effects generator with enough options to drive my dog completely bonkers. …
…here), C ( ), ( or Sparrow), ( ) or ( ). A short overview can be found
- written by Alex MacCaw
- Sparrow is a lightweight queue written in Ruby that "speaks"
- written by Blaine Cook at Twitter
- Starling is a Message Queue Server based on
- written in Ruby
- stores jobs in memory (message queue)
- Ruby client: for instance…