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  1. Yeowza

    Yeowza Lurker
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    Hello,

    I am a web developer and I am thinking of buying an android tablet for work.

    I was wondering whether honeycomb 3.2 has all the five major browsers and whether web sites display differently on them than on a desktop.

    Also, can you get the firebug add-on for firefox? Are there good text editor apps like notepad++? What about XAMPP?

    Sorry about all of the questions but I just thought of another. I was looking at the Asus Transformer and was wondering if it is possible to put windows 7 on it.

    Thanks very much
     

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  2. alostpacket

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    Welcome to AF :)

    No, just Webkit(based) browsers, Firefox Mobile, and Opera Mini

    Yes, they do look different. But it depends on 1000 things as to how different they look. But you should know this as a web developer :)

    No idea, kinda doubt it. Firefox Mobile is very different compared to FF for desktops.

    Take a Look at an app called Touchqode

    Nope it wouldnt run -- I dont think Win7 can run on ARM processors still. Windows 8 should support ARM though.
     
  3. pcdebb

    pcdebb Android Enthusiast
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    unless i'm missing something, why would you put a desktop os on a tablet? wouldnt webos be more to your liking? (get a hp one if you can find one in stock)
     

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