First Ring Daily: Let’s Argue About PWAs

Posted on February 7, 2018 by Brad Sams in Podcasts, First Ring Daily with 5 Comments

On this episode of First Ring Daily, we talk about the big PWA shift, a new Alexa speaker, and ice.

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5 responses to “First Ring Daily: Let’s Argue About PWAs”

  1. a_seeker

    Brad, Please invest in a Heil PR40 and work it like Paul does. The difference in audio levels between you and Paul is a problem. Thanks

    • Brad Sams

      In reply to a_seeker:

      This has nothing to do with the mics.

      I fixed the stereo audio issue on this episode, should be able to fix the volume on the next.

      I didnt want to try and change two things on one show in the event it went astray for troubleshooting.

  2. TravisGreuel

    Better mic discipline. Go back and look at all the times you are talking away from the mic. We can't hear you when you talk to the studio, ie, off the mic.

  3. Lewk

    I saw the writing on the wall for the UWP platform right at the beginning of Windows 10 development. When they started updating the Sticky Notes app. Here they were, promoting OneCore as a base and UWP as the future of Windows, then doing the complete opposite of what they were preaching.

    Instead of dumping these legacy System Applications into the archives, then restarting from scratch by building these apps as UWP apps to run on all devices, they instead updated the legacy win32 version of the app. All they did was tinker around with the past. This app among many, were never going to be brought forward to work on everything like Windows Phone as a true UWP application. They instead just added dressing to their legacy app that only runs on legacy Windows 32(bit). I knew right there, well before any word of the bridges, that it wasn't happening. Microsoft themselves weren't being serious about it.