Google decided to stop supporting Windows Sync (or whatever it's called) last year.
I have Windows 7.8 (I believe) and my Gmail account that I set up about two years ago worked without any problems. It synced mail as soon as I got it, it would delete mails on the server if I deleted them on my phone, it would mark mails as read when I read them, etc. I set up a new account and it does none of that... It doesn't sync contacts at all and the best I can do with email is to check once every 15 mins, I receive sent mail in my inbox, when I delete them on my phone it doesn't delete them on the server etc. I don't use a calendar, but I know that won't sync either.
I believe it would work on Windows 8.1 and probably also on 10, but I don't think Windows will catch up (any time soon) with the amount of apps that are available for Android any time soon.
iPhone would've been a good go too if it weren't made and priced by Apple
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Is it just me or is the way the confirmation dialogs in Mac OS Yosemite race out of the screen and bounce at you really, really, REALLY irritating? I've just deleted a whole bunch of calendar items with each delete requiring two of these crazy, zooming, bouncing dialogs in my face each time.
Oh great, yet another "It's just work" moment from Apple.
I been out on medical leave and haven't experienced this gem as of yet but I do know that IT has updated my MacBook that I use to Yosemite. For every update there half a dozen other updates to xCode and the libraries and the devices I debug on. Yeah.. it'll be great to get back to work.
Yes... it is horribly complicated, and every choice is a mess.
It really is time for the marketing department (or finance department, or whatever) to learn how to query data for themselves instead of countless iterations of a report that nobody really cares about, and won't be used once the initial person who requested the report leaves the company and no longer has to justify his/her job.
Is it just me or has reporting gotten REALLYL complicated?
..take a text-file, write a method that replaces text, loop the dataset and replace the placeholders in the text-file with values, and you're done. Add some HTML, and presto, reports you can view with any "device". Add your background and all the other markup as CSS.
It does not have to be complicated.
If you are to sell that reporting-solution to someone else, then it has to sound complicated. Otherwise, they would simply take a text-file, write a method..
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DevExpress? I use them and they are very helpful and have an AWESOME control suite. You can also just buy the reporting stuff, all required dependencies cannot be used in design time, but you don't have to buy the whole control set.
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