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first_imgOvernight rains at many places and fresh light snowfall in Gulmarg led to an increase in the minimum temperatures across the Valley and Ladakh region, with the mercury settling above the freezing point at most places.There was fresh light snowfall of about 1.5 inch at Gulmarg in north Kashmir last night, an official of the Met Department said here.Owing to the overcast conditions, the night temperature at Gulmarg was recorded as —3.6 degrees Celsius, the official said.He said the resort was the only place in the Valley where the mercury stayed below the freezing point. Some other places in the higher reaches of Kashmir received light snowfall, while most other places, including Srinagar were lashed by rains.The mercury in Srinagar settled at 3.5 degrees Celsius. In Qazigund, the minimum temperature of 1.6 degrees Celsius, the official said.Pahalgam recorded a low of 1.8 degrees Celsius, while Kupwara registered a low of 1.1 degrees Celsius. Kokernag in south recorded its minimum temperature at 1.5 degrees Celsius, the weatherman said.Leh, in Ladakh region, shivered at —5.6 degrees Celsius, even though it is an increase of nearly seven degrees from the previous night’s —13.3 degrees Celsius.Kargil town was the coldest place in the state with a minimum of —7.5 degrees Celsius, the official said.The MeT Department has forecast scattered to widespread rainfall or snow for the next five days.last_img read more

first_img atletico madridbarcelonaeibarGranada First Published: October 19, 2019, 8:42 AM IST Get the best of News18 delivered to your inbox – subscribe to News18 Daybreak. Follow on Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, Telegram, TikTok and on YouTube, and stay in the know with what’s happening in the world around you – in real time. Granada provisionally climbed into second place in Spain’s La Liga on Friday after edging past visitors Osasuna 1-0 courtesy of Domingos Duarte’s first half header.Duarte was left with too much space in the box and rose high to score in the 38th minute. In an evenly balanced encounter with possession split right down the middle, Osasuna posed virtually no attacking threat, with their striker Chimy Avila cutting a lone figure up front.Osasuna were left with 10 men when Fran Merida was sent off in stoppage time.Duarte’s goal was enough to lift Granada to 17 points, one behind leaders Real Madrid, who travel to Mallorca on Saturday.Barcelona, on 16 points, take on Eibar while Atletico Madrid, in fourth on 15, host Valencia. last_img read more

first_imgzoom Japan Marine United Corporation (JMU) held a naming ceremony for a newbuilding liquefied natural gas (LNG) carrier at its Tsu Shipyard on October 16.Named Energy Liberty, the 165,000m3 vessel is jointly owned by Japan’s Mitsui O.S.K. Lines (MOL) and Tokyo LNG Tanker, a subsidiary of Tokyo Gas. It will be the eighth LNG carrier owned and managed by Tokyo LNG Tanker.MOL will directly manage six of those vessels, including the latest newbuilding.After delivery, the 299.9-meter-long carrier will transport LNG from the Cove Point Project in the US to Tokyo Gas facilities.The Japan-flagged vessel features a tri fuel diesel electric propulsion system and a self-supporting prismatic shape IMO Type B (SPB) cargo tank.last_img read more

first_imgThe play also marks Carroll’s Shaw Festival directorial debut. Advertisement Advertisement Facebook At the Shaw Festival, new artistic director Tim Carroll announced a cast that includes Tom McCamus, a Stratford stalwart, returning to the Shaw to star in Alan Bennett’s The Madness of George III.McCamus will also appear in George Bernard Shaw’s Saint Joan, which will star Sara Topham, best known for 12 seasons at the Stratford Festival, in her Shaw debut as the titular saint. Advertisementcenter_img Ontario’s two major theatre festivals will feature some notable debuts and returns in their 2017 seasons.Brent Carver, who won a Lead Actor in a Musical Tony for Broadway’s Kiss of the Spider Woman, returns to the Stratford Festival after five seasons away in Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night and Richard Brinsley Sheridan’s The School for Scandal.And singer Kiran Ahluwalia makes her theatrical debut in Stratford’s The Komagata Maru Incident, set in a Chinese brothel in 1914 Vancouver and starring Quelemia Sparrow. Login/Register With: LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Twitterlast_img read more

Rabat – Spain deported Polisario separatist Hussein Bachir Brahim to Morocco on January 17 after rejecting his asylum request.Morocco had issued an arrest warrant for the pro-Polisario separatist for his alleged involvement in the killing of Amazigh (Berber) activist Omar El Khalek, who was beaten to death by pro-Polisario students in January 2016.The Polisario Front condemned the deportation of the separatist to Morocco, claiming that it violates international asylum laws. Spanish news outlets reported Polisario’s condemnation, acknowledging that the separatist fled Moroccan prosecution.EFE spoke with Hamdi Mansor, a Polisario delegate in the Canary Islands, who said that Brahim was a law student at Ibn Zohr University in Agadir.Read Also: Polisario Wants to Appeal EU-Morocco Agriculture Agreement AgainMansor said that Spanish police transferred the suspect “without complying with the compulsory procedure to present it before the judicial authorities or process his request for political asylum.”The Polisario delegate said that the move is “absolutely opposed to what is established by Spanish norms and international agreements signed by Spain for the protection and asylum of people persecuted for political reasons.”However, suspects with an arrest warrant are traditionally subject to deportation across the globe.After Spain deported Brahim last week to Nador in northeast Morocco, Morocco transferred the suspect to Loudaya prison in Marrakech. He then appeared before the public prosecutor in Also: Morocco Prevents Polisario Members from Traveling to Tantan In 2017, the Marrakech Criminal Court sentenced five suspects to 10 years in prison and 11 others to three years each for the premeditated murder of the Amazigh activists.Three of the accused received additional charges for carrying weapons without legitimate justification and attacking the property of others.The clashes, which erupted between Sahrawi and Amazigh students at the Faculty of Literature and Human Sciences in 2016 injured five other people.Khalek, also known as “Izem” meaning lion in Tamazight (Berber), was attacked by pro-Polisario students who were armed with knives. Khalek was a native of a village near  Tinghir, southeastern Morocco. The activist died five days after suffering serious injuries. read more

“We welcome the progress made by the government of Sri Lanka and encourage it to fulfil its commitments to the High Commissioner, to consider in full the OHCHR report’s recommendations and to establish credible and consultative reconciliation and accountability mechanisms to help bring lasting peace and justice to Sri Lanka,” the UK delegation said.(Colombo Gazette) “The United States will engage with the government of Sri Lanka with the objective to develop a resolution that will gain the consensus support of this Council and will assist Sri Lanka in achieving meaningful and credible accountability as well as address the important findings of the OHCHR investigation report,” she told the UN Human Rights Council during its 30th session today. Meanwhile the delegation from the UK and Ireland said that it welcomes the progress made by the Government of Sri Lanka and encouraged the Government to fulfill its commitments to the High Commissioner for Human Rights and to consider in full the recommendations of the report on Sri Lanka by the High Commissioner. The United States says it will work with Sri Lanka to address the important findings of the investigation report on Sri Lanka by the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights.Erin M. Barclay, Deputy Assistant Secretary, Bureau of International Organization Affairs said that the US is also eagerly anticipating the release of the report on Sri Lanka. read more

Two people who were in the car were killed in the accident.The driver of the bus was arrested. (Colombo Gazette) Two people were killed and six others sustained injuries in an accident in Kegalle today.The Police said that a bus had crashed into a car and a van at the Karandupana junction in Kegalle.

first_imgUpdated, 15:55SO – WE ALL JUST got a little bit richer. (No, really: only a little bit.)The European Union’s surprise victory of the 2012 Nobel Prize for Peace – announced in Oslo this morning – also means a cash prize that might make a small contribution in solving the continental debt crisis.It really only will be a small contribution though: this year, due to the general tightening of belts around the continent, the prize money for Nobel winners has been cut. Previously there was a bounty 0f 10 million Swedish kronor for every prize: this year that’s been cut to 8 million.That, according to today’s exchange rate, is €923,368. If you want to say that in another way, that’s €0.00178 for every man, woman and child living in the 27-member European Union.Yep: that’s 0.178 cent per person.The smallest euro coin is a 1c piece – so even if Messrs Barroso, Van Rompuy and Schulz agreed to send the money directly to member states for distribution among the population, you wouldn’t be able to hold your winnings.Right now, interest rates are relatively low. AIB will give you 3 per cent interest on deposits. If that rate stayed the same forever, it would take 59 years before your winnings would reach the magical one cent amount.Of course, with inflation as it is, the chances are that the 1c coin won’t be in circulation in 2071 – in fact, with Finland and the Netherlands already effectively scrapping the 1c and 2c coin, even the 5c piece might be gone by then.So if we were to assume that the 10 cent coin is likely to survive a currency cull, we would need our winnings to reach 10 cent before we could actually hold it. At current interest rates, it would take 137 years to increase in value by that much.Even then, there’s no way of being sure that we’ll still have a 10 coin (or even a euro currency, eh?) by the year 2149.So – if you really want to hold your Nobel prize? Ask for it to be distributed in Iranian rial*, the value of which is diminishing rapidly this month. If you’re okay with seeing your winnings devalue literally before your eyes, withdraw them in Tehran.Today, €1 is worth 15,835 rial – meaning your winnings worth 28.18 rial. The smallest coin in Iranian currency is a 50 rial piece, so it’s still not enough, but if you put it in a bank in Iran you can get a short-term interest rate of 12.5 per cent.At that rate, your fortune will have grown to 50 rial in five years’ time – enough for you to actually hold.Don’t spend it all in one place…* We should point out that under Irish law it is illegal to transfer funds between accounts in Ireland and Iran. Read: The European Union awarded the 2012 Nobel Peace PrizeMore: Could Ireland ever abandon the 1c and 2c coins?last_img read more

first_imgMékong : les barrages menacent les poissons géantsAsie – De nombreuses espèces de poissons, et notamment le poisson-chat géant, sont menacées par un projet de construction d’une série de barrages sur le Mékong, le plus grand fleuve du sud-est asiatique.Un récent rapport du WWF souligne que le fleuve Mékong abrite un grand nombre de poissons géants d’eau douce, dont quatre des six plus grands et plus lourds du monde. Des espèces menacées par des projets de barrages qui, s’ils voient le jour, les sépareront de leurs frayères, lieux où les poissons déposent leurs œufs. C’est notamment le cas des poissons-chats géants du Mékong (Pangasianodon gigas), qui peuvent mesurer jusqu’à trois mètres de long et pourraient disparaître. Selon WWF, la construction d’un barrage dans la province de Sayabouly représente une véritable “menace pour la survie” de ces poissons, dont la population a déjà diminué de 90% en vingt ans. Le poisson-chat géant, le troisième plus grand poisson au monde, quitte le Cambodge et remonte le Mékong pour déposer ses œufs dans le nord de la Thaïlande ou au Laos. Une progression qui pourrait être empêchée par des barrages. Il “ne pourra tout simplement pas traverser une barrière de la taille d’un barrage pour atteindre ses frayères en amont. (…) Cela conduira à la disparition de cette espèce”, prévient Roger Mollot, biologiste pour WWF au Laos. La construction de onze barrages est prévue sur le cours inférieur du Mékong, et l’association de protection de l’environnement tient à alerter au sujet de l’impact que pourraient avoir ces installations. Le WWF craint qu’ils ne modifient de façon irréversible l’écosystème du fleuve, affectant alors la pêche qui est une activité d’une importance capitale pour les 60 millions d’habitants de la région.Ce sont quelque cinquante espèces migratoires de poissons du Mékong, qui sont menacées par la construction des barrages, alerte le WWF. L’association estime qu’un quart des poissons géants de la planète vivent dans ce fleuve. WWF a donc demandé un moratoire afin “d’analyser les impacts de la construction de ces barrages sur l’équilibre écologique du fleuve Mékong et de ses affluents”. Pour répondre à court terme à la demande en électricité, l’association soutient des projets de centrales hydrauliques durables sur les affluents du fleuve.Le 31 juillet 2010 à 12:49 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

first_imgLes loups mangent les wapitis mais… ne les stressent pasPubliée en ligne sur le site d’Ecology Letters, une étude américaine suggère que l’impact, sur la population de wapitis, de la réintroduction du loup – leur prédateur naturel – se limite à une prédation normale, sans perturbation conséquente du comportement des cervidés, dans le parc du Yellowstone. Qui a peur du grand méchant loup ? Pas les wapitis du parc de Yellowstone (Wyoming et Montana), où le canidé a été réintroduit en 1995. C’est en tout cas la conclusion d’une nouvelle étude réalisée par des chercheurs de l’Université du Wyoming. Durant trois hivers, ils ont observé le comportement des wapitis lors de l’approche de loups.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Ils n’ont ainsi constaté aucun changement spectaculaire dans le comportement – notamment alimentaire – des cervidés lorsque les prédateurs sont à plus d’un kilomètres de distance. Ce n’est qu’en-deçà de cette distance que les wapitis deviennent plus attentifs – mais cette situation ne se produit en moyenne qu’une fois tous les 9 jours, disent les scientifiques.Par ailleurs, l’étude d’échantillons de graisse corporelle de femelles wapitis et de leur taux de grossesse ne laisse apparaître aucune différence significative avec les mêmes données issues de 19 autres populations nord-américaines de wapitis, non confrontées, celles-là, aux loups. La prédation exercée par ces derniers sur les wapitis du Yellowstone n’a donc pas d’effets ‘secondaires’.Ces résultats contredisent les conclusions de certaines études antérieures, qui suggéraient que le regain du couvert végétal dans cette région – en particulier peupliers et saules, naguère menacés par la voracité des wapitis –  était dû au stress de ces cervidés face au retour du loup, stress perturbant leurs habitudes alimentaires et leur taux de fécondité.Le 15 juin 2013 à 11:43 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

first_img.The students of Viqarunnisa Noon School and College who had been demonstrating following the suicide of a fellow on Thursday suspended their protest programme as their demands have been met, said their representative.They will participate in the exam scheduled to be held on Friday (tomorrow), said Anushka Roy on behalf of the students.A meeting between teachers and students was held on the school compound from 3:00am to 4:30am on Thursday, said the student.After the meeting, the students came out from the compound and informed reporters that they suspended their programme.Earlier, the students sent a letter to the ministry of education containing their demands.Their demands included resignation and punishment of the principal, end the threat of expulsion and illegal detention policy, appointment of counsellors to ensure the mental health of students, parents, teachers and other staff.Anushka Roy said their four demands have been met while two others are under the jurisdiction of the ministry.Meanwhile, another faction of student demanded the release of Viqarunnisa Noon School and College class IX class teacher Hasna Hena, who has been sent to jail in a case filed in connection with Aritree’s suicide.They claimed that their teacher Hasna Hena is innocent.“We demand punishment of the culprit but the release of Hasna Hena,” the students chanted slogans in front of the gate No 1.Nishat Sumaiya, a student of the school, said, “Our teacher Hasna Hena is completely innocent. We want her release.”last_img read more

first_imgDocuments related to a 2012 lawsuit against Facebook in which children, sometimes unwittingly, spent their parents’ money on games via the social site will be unsealed, according to a Monday ruling from the United States District Court.The court gave Facebook ten days to file unredacted documents in accordance with the ruling.The 2012 lawsuit dealt with minors spending their parents’ money in games without permission and sometimes without even being aware that they were spending actual currency in Facebook games. Some of the documents reveal that Facebook employees were even aware that children were spending large amounts of money without parental awareness, according to Reveal, the news agency of The Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR).“A glimpse into the soon-to-be-released records shows Facebook’s own employees worried they were bamboozling children who racked up hundreds, and sometimes even thousands, of dollars in game charges,” a post from Reveal stated. “And the company failed to provide an effective way for unsuspecting parents to dispute the massive charges, according to internal Facebook records.” In another glimpse of one of the to-be unsealed documents from the case, a Facebook employee refers to a minor spending money in the game as a “whale.” The term “whale” is used in the industry to refer to big spenders in games, often in mobile or casual games.The following excerpt is allegedly from one of the unsealed documents as spotted by Reveal:Gillian: Would you refund this whale ticket? User is disputing ALL charges…Michael: What’s the users total lifetime spend?Gillian: It’s $6,545 – but card was just added on Sept. 2. They are disputing all of it I believe. That user looks underage as well. Well, maybe not under 13.Michael: Is the user writing in a parent, or is this user a 13ish year oldGillian: It’s a 13ish yr old. says its 15. looks a bit younger. she* not its. Lol.Michael: … I wouldn’t refundGillian: Oh that’s fine. cool. agreed. just double checkingAs of 2012, “Facebook’s refund policies for individuals between 13 and 17 were the same as its policies for adults, but … policies for minors under 13 were different,” according to the court document. This could explain why the employees were speculating over the user’s age.Regardless, that Facebook employees would refer to a minor as a “whale” implies intention behind purchases, which brings it back to the issue of whether a parent should be held responsible when a child, even unknowingly, makes massive purchases with their credit card.The eight documents, which Facebook requested remain sealed, fall into the categories of “refund policies… fraud detection practices… and …  sensitive business and financial information.”The court sided with Facebook for several exhibits, largely under grounds that information within was sensitive business information that would put the company at a competitive disadvantage (that’s where the “denied in part” ruling comes from).The court disagreed with some key information, such as Facebook’s request to seal a document which contains ” dollar values related to transactions, refunds, and chargebacks involving minors between 2008 and 2014″ on the grounds that this information is not going to harm Facebook’s business interests and is “of great public interest.”View this document on Scribd For example, one internal memo stated that “In nearly all cases the parents knew their child was playing ‘Angry Birds’, but didn’t think the child would be allowed to buy anything without their password or authorization first,” according to Reveal.The 2012 case came after plaintiff Glynnis Bohannon contended that her child asked to spend $20 on Facebook Credits, an in-game currency, to use on “Ninja Saga.” Bohannon agreed and used her credit card, but her child was able to continue spending money without her permission beyond the $20, ultimately reaching “several hundred dollars,” according to the court document.Bohannon attempted to get a refund from Facebook, but was denied until she filed against Facebook.Another plaintiff, Steven Wright, had a similar experience with his son and had over $1,000 of disputed charges. In the case of Wright, his son had not asked for initial permission, and he was granted only a partial refund of $59.90 with an additional $999.30 in charges remaining unrefunded, though a Facebook representative said it had “refunded the charges to [Mr. Wright’s] funding instrument,” according to the court document.Complaints in the lawsuit Bohannon v. Facebook contended that “under its policies, Facebook ‘routinely refuses requests by children and their parents and legal guardians to provide refunds for transactions that are subject to disaffirmance under California law.’”Ultimately, the case was settled, and the plaintiffs received refunds. Following the conclusion of the lawsuit, the CIR requested documents related to the Bohannon v. Facebook case be released in full, a request that was ultimately “granted in part and denied in part.”In response to Variety‘s request for comment, a Facebook spokesperson offered the following statement:“We were contacted by the Center for Investigative Reporting last year, and we voluntarily unsealed documents related to a 2012 case about our refund policies for in-app purchases that parents believe were made in error by their minor children. We intend to release additional documents as instructed by the court. Facebook works with parents and experts to offer tools for families navigating Facebook and the web. As part of that work, we routinely examine our own practices, and in 2016 agreed to update our terms and provide dedicated resources for refund requests related to purchased made by minors on Facebook.“ Popular on Variety ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15last_img read more

first_img 6 min read We all use ’em: They’re the lifeblood of our smartphones, the gadgets that keep us staring at our screens and even using our thumbprint to make quick purchases. I’m talking of course about … mobile apps.Related: Does Your Business Really Need a Mobile App?For many businesses, mobile apps represent an opportunity for serious growth. Tools that enable a better user experience, push-notifications, more consistent communication with customers and quick payment options are already making many businesses loads of money. Amazon and Facebook are two typical examples.But there are also many smaller businesses (B2C, B2B, SaaS, PaaS and others) building (and benefiting from) mobile apps. So, should your business join them? Should you too build a mobile app? Here are five data-driven reasons why you might want to do just that.1. The average cost to get a user to install an app is just $2.89.Advertising is one of the largest overhead costs for businesses, especially for startups trying to establish themselves as the go-to provider in a given industry. Fortunately for startups that have built and optimized mobile apps, the average cost to get a user to install that app is just $2.89, according to the 2018 Mobile App Engagement Index.That cost, of course, is usually just the first step in a larger sales funnel. But once someone has installed your app on a smartphone, he or she can visit that app over and over again — bringing your business free attention and maybe even sales.Related: 5 Marketing Tips to Strengthen Your Position in the Mobile App IndustryHere’s how Eric Wise, president and co-founder of ISBX, a company that builds mobile apps for other brands, explained it to me in a recent email: “The wonderful part about building a mobile app for your customers and prospects is that, once installed, those people can continue to use your app, see your brand and interact with your business day-in and day-out without any further advertising,” Wise wrote.”If it’s a helpful app that keeps users interested, it’ll bring those people back over and over again.”2. The average smartphone user has 80 apps and uses about 40 of them every month.Mobile apps are nothing if not intertwined with most Americans’ daily lives. There’s even a word, now, for the fear of being away from one’s smartphone: nomophobia.It’s no surprise then, that by 2021, the number for total mobile app downloads is expected to reach 352.9 billion per year, according to a Business of Apps report.That’s a lot of downloads … and a lot of opportunity for the businesses that create and optimize those apps to create conversions. Plus, the average smartphone user doesn’t just download those apps, he or she uses almost 40 of them every single month, according to an App Annie report.The point is, people — your customers — love downloading and using great apps. And since you want to get in front of them, you might as well be where they’re already looking.3, Consumers spent $100 billion on or in mobile applications in 2018.At this point, the average skeptic will think, “Sure, people spend a lot of time on their smartphones using apps … but how much do they actually spend?”And that’s a great question: The answer? Anecdotal evidence shows that many of us don’t feel that we spend much money at all using or purchasing mobile applications. But while that might feel like the case, it isn’t true. In 2018 alone, consumers spent $100 billion on or in mobile applications according to App Annie. And mobile app consumer spending increased by 75 percent in 2017 and 2018, to $101 billion, according to the same source.Of course, some apps are more suited to consumers making purchases than others are. Amazon’s shopping app, for instance, generates much more revenue than Gmail does. But that’s because one directly sells products while the other offers a free service. For those who build their app to generate revenue, there’s plenty of opportunity.4. Eighty-three percent of people polled believed a seamless experience across all devices is “very important.”People in today’s world have a smartphone in their pocket or purse, a tablet in their backpack and a laptop on their desk. And the average person alternates among these devices for different purposes. In fact, the typical U.S. household has five of these smart devices, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.In a finding that again illustrates people’s varied use of devices, 83 percent of people surveyed counted a seamless experience across devices as “very important” for businesses they work with, according to an overview of data by Toptal.And while having a mobile app solves just one piece of that pie, it might be the biggest piece, considering that 85 percent of households surveyed had two smartphones and the average person polled reported spending nearly three hours on their phone every single day, according to another overview, by Hackernoon.5. Ninety percent of people polled who described a mobile experience as “helpful” would purchase from that brand again.Here’s the reality: Not all mobile apps are created equal. While some of these apps create a remarkable user experience, others leave us confused and frustrated. For the latter, the result is usually an app that users quickly delete.Yet seeing their poor-performing app deleted isn’t a company’s only concern; 90 percent of people, according to App Annie, who described a mobile experience as “helpful” would purchase from that brand again and — same source — 62 percent of people who had had a bad experience on mobile said they were less likely to purchase from that brand in the future. This means that if you do create a mobile app for your customers and/or prospects, quality is king.Apps are everywhere.Big businesses and small businesses alike use apps to generate leads, convert prospects and upsell customers. And the above five data-driven reasons prove just how powerful building a mobile app for your business could be.Related: Here’s Exactly What You Need to Do to Launch a Mobile AppJust make sure that that app you build is one people want to use. April 25, 2019 Enroll Now for Free This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Nowlast_img read more

first_imgApple announced Swift 5 for Xcode 10.2 yesterday. The latest Swift 5 update in Xcode 10.2 explores new features and changes to App thinning, Swift Language, Swift Standard Library, Swift Package Manager, and Swift Compiler. Swift is a popular general-purpose, compiled programming language developed by Apple Inc. for iOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS, and beyond. Writing Swift code is interactive and its syntax is concise yet expressive. Swift code is safe and comprises all modern features. What’s new in Swift 5 for Xcode 10.2? In Xcode 10.2, the Swift command-line tools now require the Swift libraries in macOS. These libraries are included by default in Swift, starting with macOS Mojave 10.14.4. App Thinning Swift apps now no longer include dynamically linked libraries for the Swift standard library as well as the Swift SDK overlays in build variants for devices that run iOS 12.2, watchOS 5.2, and tvOS 12.2. This results in Swift apps getting smaller once they’re shipped in the App Store or thinned in an app archive for development distribution. Swift Language String literals in Swift 5 can be expressed with the help of enhanced delimiters. A string literal consisting of one or more number signs (#) before the opening quote considers backslashes and double-quote characters as literal. Also, Key paths can now support the identity keypath (\.self) i.e. a WritableKeyPath that refers to its entire input value. Swift Standard Library The standard library in Swift now consists of the Result enumeration with Result.success(_:) and Result.failure(_:) cases. Due to the addition of Standard Library, the Error protocol now conforms to itself and makes working with errors easier. The SIMD types and basic operators have now been defined in the standard library. Set and Dictionary also make use of a different hash seed now for each newly created instance. The DictionaryLiteral type has been renamed as KeyValuePairs in Swift 5. The String structure’s native encoding has been switched from UTF-16 to UTF-8. This improves the relative performance of String.UTF8View as compared to String.UTF16View. Swift Package Manager Targets can now declare the commonly used, target-specific build settings while using the Swift 5 Package.swift tools-version. A new dependency mirroring feature in Swift 5 enables the top-level packages to override dependency URLs. Package manager operations have become significantly faster for larger packages. Swift Compiler Size taken up by Swift metadata can be reduced now as the Convenience initializers defined in Swift only allocates an object ahead of time in case its calling a designated initializer defined in Objective-C. C types consisting of alignment greater than 16 bytes are no longer available in Swift. Swift 3 mode has been deprecated. Supported values for the -swift-version flag has become 4, 4.2, and 5.Default arguments can now be printed in SourceKit-generated interfaces for Swift modules. For more information, check out the official Swift 5 for Xcode 10.2 release notes. Read Next Swift 5 for Xcode 10.2 beta is here with stable ABI Exclusivity enforcement is now complete in Swift 5 ABI stability may finally come in Swift 5.0last_img read more

first_img4. Eyeball Auckland War Memorial MuseumThe columned façade of the Auckland Museum dominates the Auckland Domain and it’s worth a look inside. It houses a war memorial with galleries devoted to the fallen of World War I and II, along with an outstanding collection of Maori objects, including a beautifully carved meeting house. There’s also a Maori cultural performance several times a day – a wonderful feast of conch calling and haka stomping.Opening times: Daily 10am – 5pm (Maori performance 11am, 12pm and 1.30pm; extra 2.30pm performance from Nov to Mar).Location: The Auckland Domain (see above), Parnell.Price: Adults $25 ($45 with Maori performance), Concessions $10 ($20 with Maori performance).5. Investigate Auckland Art GalleryThis recently refurbished gallery showcases the best of New Zealand art, and is fascinating for its pictorial record of Maoris as envisaged by European settlers – paintings that provide more insight into the politics of the artists than the subjects. The collection also features recent artwork by lauded contemporary New Zealand artists, including Ralph Hotere. Best of all, it’s free.Opening times: Daily 10am – 5pm.Location: Corner of Kitchener and Wellesley Streets.Price: Free. 6. Eat Japanese foodAuckland is home to a vibrant foodie culture, and the city’s wide variety of restaurants offer cuisine from every corner of the world. But perhaps the highlights are the Japanese restaurants, which have gone from strength to strength over the years: Masu is a particular highlight, thanks partly to its awesome desserts, while Cocoro offers top-notch seafood and fancy multi-course menus to choose from. 8. Chill out in DevonportDevonport is a suburb on a peninsula opposite Auckland city centre, and it’s home to some of the oldest buildings in the city, many of which date from the mid-nineteenth century. 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Visit more incredible rugby destinations around the world, with our guide.Opening times: Tours Mon to Fri, 2pm (except for match days and public holidays).Location: Reimers Ave, Kingsland (near Kingsland train station). Public transport from Auckland is free if you have an integrated match ticket.Price: (Tours) Adults $23, Concessions $18. Match prices vary. 13. Camp on Motuihe IslandAnother of Auckland’s picturesque gulf islands, Motuihe makes a good day trip and an even better weekend break, if you’re the outdoor sort of type. Once the home of notorious WWI prisoners like Count Felix Von Luckner, thankfully you’ll only have the birds and the bees for company these days. It’s a protected area for wildlife and if you’re lucky, you might spot a rare shore skink or saddleback bird. Book ahead if you want to camp on the beach, and read up on the conservation rules before you go. Take the 360 ferry to get here. 9. Sip wine on Waiheke IslandJust over half an hour on the ferry is Waiheke Island, an ideal place to spend some lazy days. The island has some fantastic sands to sprawl on (check out Oneroa and Onetangi beaches) and some creepy World War II tunnels to poke your nose into, but the highlights are the wineries. Various tour companies will take you around the vineyards for a tasting session covering over a dozen wines – make sure you pace yourself in case of potential mishaps on the minibus.10. Take a trip to One Tree HillOne Tree Hill is a 182-metre volcanic peak on the edge of the city – one of several volcanoes that surround Auckland, including Mt Eden and Rangitoto. Long ago it was home to a Maori fort, and the terraced sides of the mountain show extensive farming. The eponymous tree at the summit was cut down by settlers in 1852, much to the outrage of locals; a replacement was planted, but it was a non-native species and was damaged by chainsaws in attack by Maori activists in 1994 and 1999, and eventually had to be cut down. Currently the summit is treeless, hence the local nickname: ‘None Tree Hill’. But tree or no tree, the hill provides wonderful views of the sprawling city below. 7. See the birds on Tiritiri Matangi IslandTiritiri Matangi is just over an hour from Auckland by ferry, and it’s an absolute paradise for birds (and bird-lovers). All mammalian predators have been eliminated from the island, allowing the birds to thrive, including the famous kiwi (although don’t expect to see one, they’re nocturnal). You can explore the island by yourself, but you’ll learn a lot more about the local wildlife if you take one of the guided walks offered when you step off the ferry (book a place in advance when you buy your ferry ticket, for $10 more). 14. Take the kids to Kelly Tarlton’s Sea Life Aquarium……or just take yourselves. This huge Sea Life centre is packed full of enough exciting underwater species, shark tunnels and rock pool curiosities to please kids both big and small. Check feeding times, tours and visitor ‘experiences’ to plan your visit, including a shark cage dive, for the brave-hearted. The King and Gentoo Penguins are the country’s only colony of Antarctic penguins and are one of the most popular (and cutest) things to see.Opening times: Daily, 9.30am – 5pm.Location: 23 Tamaki Drive, Orakei. Free hourly shuttle service from 172 Quay Street (opposite the downtown Auckland ferry terminal). Price: Adults $39, Children $22, Concessions $30 (online discounts available).15. Plunge into Kitekite FallsJoin the locals in the summer, as they head down to Piha Beach for lazy picnics, fishing, surfing and hiking. Located within Waitakere Ranges Regional Park, around 40km from Auckland centre, one of the best things to do here is walk up the track from Glen Esk Road and reward yourself with a beautifully cool plunge into Kitekite Falls. Stretch out on the black sands at Piha afterwards, and try fresh fish and chips, Kiwi-style, at Blairs on the Beach. Find flights to Auckland1. Climb up the Sky Tower… and jump off itSlap bang in the centre of the city is the unmissable,328-metre-tall Sky Tower, which is a godsend when trying to get your bearings in Auckland’s streets. But as well as providing a handy landmark, it offers some stunning views for diners in the Orbit 360 revolving restaurant – or if you don’t fancy eating altitude, you can simply pay to go to the observation deck. Once you’re up there, clip yourself onto a wire and teeter around the ledge that encircles the building for a stomach-flipping experience. And real thrill seekers can even throw themselves off New Zealand’s highest building, thanks to the Skyjump, a sort of bungee jump with a gentle deceleration rather than a jolt.Opening hours: (May to Oct) Daily 9am – 10pm. (Nov to Apr) Sun to Thurs, 8.30am – 10.30pm; Fri & Sat 8.30am – 11.30pm.Location: Victoria St W & Federal St.Price: Adult $29.00, Child (6–14 years) $12.00, Children 5 years and under are free.2. Cruise around the Hauraki GulfAuckland occupies a narrow strip of land on New Zealand’s North Island, and as such it’s practically surrounded by water – water that’s ripe for exploring. The Hauraki Gulf is dotted with islands that can be accessed by ferry from Queens Wharf, or you can opt for a longer cruise. Fullers offer a short cruise that takes in Rangitoto Island, which is home to a symmetrical shield volcano and lava tubes that visitors can walk through (bring a torch), or you can opt for a longer, overnight cruise from Hauraki Blue Cruises that takes in several islands and includes a three-course meal and accommodation. Whatever option you go for, don’t forget to keep an eye out for common and bottlenose dolphins leaping through the boat’s bow wave.3. Explore Auckland DomainThis mammoth, 75-hectare city park deserves a mention of its own, playing host to some of the best things to do in Auckland, all year-round. With an array of unassuming local nicknames such as the ‘Duck Ponds’, the Domain is home to the beautiful hothouse Wintergardens, exciting nature trails, outdoor sculptures by local artists, and a grassy extinct volcano that forms the hill at the centre of it all. 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