Originally posted on: http://geekswithblogs.net/TATWORTH/archive/2013/12/05/new-horizons-reaches-28-au.aspx The New Horizons spacecraft which is en-route for a fly-by of Pluto is 28 AU from the Sun! (An AU or Astronomical unit is the average distance of the Earth from the Sun.)
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If you’ve been a DevExpress customer for a while now you’ll know the cadence of our releases: June and December, named year dot 1 and year dot 2. So it should come as no surprise that this week is the week we’re releasing the second major release of 2013 for the .NET and Visual Studio platforms. As I look through the What’s New for Universal, I’m struck firstly by the depth of some of these new features and secondly by the breadth of platforms they cover. With this announcement blog post
though, I’m not going to just reiterate all of the entries in that What’s New page since I’m certain you’re perfectly capable of browsing through that set of pages without a guide. Instead I’m going to take a look at the new features thematically, and the most prominent motif I see is creating modern apps. By “modern apps”, I’m not just talking about tiles and touch and flat UI. If that’s all this post was, I don’t know who would get utterly bored first: you reading it or me writing it. Agreed, there is a lot of that...(Read whole news on source site)
Are you starting to work with Bootstrap 3? If so, maybe I can help. I’ve recently released a Bootstrap 3 course on Pluralsight that covers many of the new features including how to migrate from Bootstrap 2 to 3. Here is an excerpt from the course where I explain how the new grid system works in Bootstrap 3: If you have a Pluralsight subscription and want to view the course, visit: http://www.pluralsight.com/Courses/bootstrap-3
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