What ensued was the only time I can recall seeing Tim Cook angry, and he categorically rejected the worldview behind the NCPPR’s advocacy. He said that there are many things Apple does because they are right and just, and that a return on investment (ROI) was not the primary consideration on such issues.
"When we work on making our devices accessible by the blind," he said, "I don’t consider the bloody ROI." He said that the same thing about environmental issues, worker safety, and other areas where Apple is a leader.
Upgraded to Bootstrap 3 - This took the longest amount of time and I considered redoing everything from scratch at one point. Codekit was a big help for making the transition. I found this guide to be useful as well.
Dynamic content clearing - Previously, the “clear” button would reload the page in order to clear the entered grades. Now, this happens instantly on the page without any page reload.
Design enhancements - Finally, the table of input fields adjust much better at smaller screen sizes. Previously, viewing the app on a smartphone would require you to scroll horizontally to enter the values.
But there are two limitations of the new frames that seem like more than a small annoyance. First, it might be more than a little inconvenient to have to charge your eyeglasses when they run out of batteries.
Lee’s response: Glass lasts much longer than it used to — a full day if you don’t use too much video.
And second, the sunglasses can’t be layered on top of the eyeglass frames. If you attach frames to your Glass, you’d have to use a screwdriver to take them off, so it will be hard to switch between sunglasses and regular glasses.
Lee’s response: If that’s important to them, people can get prescription lenses that adapt to daylight.