By S & W Publishing LLC
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Thousands of software developers and engineers value FreeBSD not only for its emphasis on performance, but also for its ability to absorb contributions from the broader open-source community. FreeBSD Journal is the best way to follow the latest developments in FreeBSD. Each bimonthly issue comes packed with solid, well-grounded articles and columns developed with an eye to guiding better engineering and design choices and keeping readers informed of the latest features and releases.
FreeBSD Journal is the voice of the FreeBSD community—its editorial content is shaped, written and vetted by a body of widely recognized, respected leaders in the FreeBSD community.
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great content - bad app
This app worked great for the first year (6 issues). I renewed the annual subscription and got the 7th issue as well. When the 8th came out, it said I had to buy it again. I deleted the app and all data hoping it would wipe out any corrupt data and let me redownload the issues. Now I cannot read any of them - it says I have to buy them even though I already paid for them. I'm not sure what happened to this app, but it's a bummer because the content was excellent.
Clicking on the dollar sign at the top and then hitting the circle arrow icon popped up and error message but did restore my purchases.
Horribly Broken App
Well, what can I say? The app does not work. I tried to purchase a subscription, but the login dialog shifts down when the on-screen keyboard is up, preventing me from completing the fields. Minimally, there should be next/previous buttons on the OSK to navigate the form. After that, the app refuses to close the keyboard, requiring a hard kill to reset the app.
So then I decided to purchase a single issue for $6.99 only to find that upon pressing the "Load" button, I am presented with the same purchase dialog. Selecting the $ button and pressing refresh does not work. I've paid for my content, but can't get it.
Long story short, stay away from this app.
Good content, good reader
I've enjoyed the magazine so far; it's written at a mildly technical level, but is light reading suitable for relaxation.
On the iPad mini, the fonts can be a bit small. It's possible to zoom in, but the text doesn't reflow. Not a big problem, though it could be annoying. The active hyperlinks are nice, and the embedded web browser is very useful; I particularly like the split-screen default.
- Category: Books
- Released: Feb 06, 2014
- Version: 4.0
- Size: 40.8 MB
- Languages: English, German, Italian
- Seller: S & W Publishing LLC
- © 2014 Reserved
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
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