You just get your new Samsung Galaxy Note 3 smartphone but can not find “Developer Options” menu item in your “Settings”?.. It’s ok. By default this menu item is desabled in Note 3.
Here are few steps how to enable it:
In this post I will describe how to easily create your own webbrowser with FPC in Lazarus IDE using Gecko engine.
Gecko is a web browser engine used in many applications developed by Mozilla Foundation and the Mozilla Corporation (notably the Firefox web browser including its mobile version and their e-mail client Thunderbird), as well as in many other open source software projects. Gecko is free and open-source software subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public License ver.2.
From the outset, Gecko was designed to support open Internet standards. Some of the standards Gecko supports include:
- CSS Level 2.1 (partial support for CSS 3)
- DOM Level 1 and 2 (partial support for DOM 3)
- HTML4 (partial support for HTML5)
- XForms (via an official extension)
- XHTML 2.0
- XML 2.0
- XSLT and XPath, implemented in TransforMiiX
More about Gecko you can read on it’s Wikipedia Page, Gecko at Mozilla Developer’s Network and Gecko at MozillaWiki.
Many owners of Windows Mobile based smartphones (including me) are faced with a problem when the file system has some strange debug files appear from nowhere with names like DbgToStorageLog0.txt, DbgToStorageLog1.txt, DbgToStorageLogX.txt, where X – from 0 up to …
These files grow to a size of 3 MB each ( at least on the HTC P3300 aka Artemis, these files grow in a few hours), eventually occupy all available memory on the device and the OS starts behave roughly and slow.