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Briefly: WatchESPN gains Live Toolbar, MySQL Support in DraftCode

updated 02:50 pm EDT, Thu August 15, 2013

WatchESPN update brings multi-stream support

An updated version of ESPN's WatchESPN iOS app featuring a new "Live Toolbar" has been launched in the App Store. Thanks to the Live Toolbar, iPad users can now see what is airing on other ESPN networks and switch between feeds without closing an active stream, as well as view scores and highlights from other sports events. In addition, rotating the device into the landscape orientation will open up the ability to simultaneously watch multiple streams. Other updates includes support for iOS 7, and the ability to access ESPN3 events when connection from a college or military network.

DraftCode PHP IDE for iPad gains MySQL support

DraftCode PHP IDE, a tool for developing and running PHP offline on an iPad, has been updated with MySQL support. Created by freeridecoding, the app includes all of the tools necessary to write, run and debug PHP code directly on an iPad with standard PHP 5.4.10 and support for a variety of PHP extensions. Any PHP or HTML file can be executed in the workspace and the output is viewable in Mobile Safari or as raw HTML. Along with the new MySQL support, the v1.0.7 also addresses several minor bugs and includes various performance improvements.




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