Hope this helps A more complete Interface Builder with support for custom palettes and all sorts of goodies like that. Better control over the keyboard. Better unit testing support. (Unit testing can be done, but only on the simulator, and it's very awkward to set up.) Push notifications. Please. A more accurate simulator, i.e. one with a more accurate set of frameworks. The ability to easily build views like the Mail compose window. For that matter, an in-application compose window. A better way for apps to share data locally than by invoking URLs. Access to the calendar, notes, mail (possibly read-only), and bookmarks (again, read-only) databases. Maybe even limited access to the iPod database—even just the ability to read song metadata and access and change the playing song would be helpful. Some sort of middle ground between UILabel and UIWebView that allows for formatted text without a huge hassle. More built-in toolbar icons. The return of the "glass" button style that was in the beta SDK. A few useful internal views, like UIProgressHUD, exposed. And last but not least...
From a Java programming perspective, what difference does multicast make to a networking program?
Hope that helps As far as I know, TCP doesn't have support for multicast. Multicast is often done via UDP. UDP by design is not a reliable transport. I-e there is no guarantee of datagram reaching its destination and there is no delivery report when it does reach the destination. Some reliable multicast solutions are discussed in this question but they are in-essence different protocols.
Activate Java perspective from Debug perspective in eclipse
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may help you . If you just consider M0 versus M0+ and not the system peripherals, all code compiled for Cortex-M0 should work on a Cortex-M0+ platform. They use the same instruction set and programmer model. The main differences are about MPU and MTB, but also the fact that Cortex-M0 has no User-mode support (All code runs in privileged, ie CONTROL.nPRIV cannot be 1).