I am writing a CMS by using ASP.Net MVC. Thus, I will put the html content in ViewData. In most case, we put <%: ViewData["Content"] %> in the view. But it display <b>test</b>. "<%:" will convert the content into html encoding. The way to display is using "<%=". E.g., <%=ViewData["Content"] %>, it will display title.
Adobe has given up the flash in Mobile. That sounds HTML5 is the next best thing. Maybe, you already had a flash website. Should the website need to be re-build in HTML5? Not 100% right, Google has a tool Swiffy to convert flash into HTML5. That is good to try it, it may save your time to re-build your website into HTML5.
In the most situation, XML file is case-insensitive. I thought that is the same case as Android Layout XML. There is no different between
I found there is a new feature in the new version of Google Analytics. You can see the Real Time Stats. You can see the number of visitors at your site. Moreover, You can see where they came from, what is the traffic sources and the name of page they are reading. That is so cool!