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I am a tech geek, I love coding and I certainly love learning new languages. My first look at Swift is only through the eyes of reading the manual, yes, some people like reading novels I like reading manuals. I have yet to download and play around with it so this is a more of a blind analysis than a hands on review. So let’s start with what I really like about the language.
After playing a little bit with the viewer and seeing what kind of files I get in email I realized a common format is simply code or text files. So I went ahead and added support for viewing text files, including C, Java, C++, XML, HTML, etc. The primary difference with these kinds of files is I have to actually read the contents then place them within the HTML. I also have to change things like <> to <> so it is not considered HTML by the browser.
Lastly, using the method shown in this article, I put the Eclipse view in my mail template so it is available when I open a Memo or Reply. This was in the last demo but you may not have caught it.
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I am going to announce when new code snippets are posted to the wiki here – so get use to it 🙂
Ok, I got a great suggestion from a well known business partner – whose name shall not be mentioned but you know who you are. The idea is just a bunch of code snippets that do very granular things and hopefully with the samples, javadoc’s and these, you can get a clearer picture on how to do things in the Eclipse/Expeditor/Composite Application space.
Here is the first posting in this new category: