For the last two years or so, I’ve had a little script on my website that does a simple thing: it took all
alt attribute’s text, and added a caption below the images with that same text. I've been meaning to get rid of this script, and I've finally done so.
At the company I work for, DIVE, we maintain a few legacy projects that use older versions of PHP. Every now and then, we have to make adjustments to these projects. This means that periodically, we need to be able to easily switch between multiple versions of PHP when working on different projects.
As you may be aware, Android’s core OS is open source, but device manufacturers make their own tweaks and put their tweaked versions of Android on their phones. These flavours of Android (like Linux distribution flavours) bundle certain apps alongside their UI tweaks, some of which you can remove — and some of which you can only disable.
I really enjoy the Fire Emblem franchise. Ever since playing my first Fire Emblem game on the 3DS in 2014, I've been playing the other entries in the series, even going as far as to play fan translations of Japan-only entries in the series. In 2017, during the Fire Emblem Direct, Nintendo announced that they'd be bringing Fire Emblem to mobile as well.