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The WTF stands for Web Template Framework, which is a part of WebKit.


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Yes, both Xcode and the Android ADK will work on a MacMini.


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OK for XCode. I use a 5year old Mac mini and although it's slow it works. Don't do Android so can't say.


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Q1. No. Intellij deliberately requires jre6 because of bugs in Java 8 as described at :Why is Java SE 6 Legacy required to open Intellij?. Q2. I assume that the Android Studio app has its own embedded Java and so does not depend on or use the version you have on your Mac. (This is the way people producing Java apps are going now, and I think it is the only ...


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Install KeyRemap4MacBook (for Mac OS X 10.4-10.8) or Karabiner (for Mac OS X 10.9-10.10). After the install is completed open KeyRemap4MacBook/Karabiner -> Preferences and the tab Change Key. Scroll to "Change F1...F19 Key & Functional Key..." and enable the settings you want. The modified settings might conflict with keyboard shortcuts activated in ...


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If you just flip the function? Enable F keys. Now use fn + Volume keys.


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In Xcode 6.3 just press ⌘+5 (25% scale) or ⌘+4 (33% scale). Or in Window > Scale


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I had the same problem on Xcode 6.3 after updating a phone to iOS 8.3. Downloading the provisioning files didn't fix the problem, but I stumbled onto a solution: Connect the phone to your mac and run iTunes. iTunes will ask if you want to trust the phone. Answer yes on the phone and then the Xcode error goes away. I tried it on a second phone, and it worked ...


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MacBook airs are computers generally aimed at people travelling a lot but have lots of intense work to do with production etc. If you have a different MacBook that has more power I would say it's a good choice. Overall, the xCode 6 would run on it. However, for the price the new MacBook comes and the specs it has, I would suggest gathering a little bit ...


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I most definitely would not use the new MacBook for iOS development. The screen is too small, the hard disk is too small, the RAM is barely enough. And to add insult to injury, you have to buy a dongle in order to get access to more than one port. No thanks! Get a refurb 13-inch or 15-inch MacBook Pro (perhaps with Retina display), max out the RAM (from a ...


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Yes - with the changes to app bundles to include "complete my bundle" pricing, it appears possible to offer upgrade pricing for iOS apps. I think that Smile Software used this to coordinate pricing changes to the old app (increasing it) and including the old and new apps in the same bundle effectively allowed someone upgrading to pay an upgrade price that ...



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