I am always lost as to what kind of thought goes into creating this kind of bloated abominations to display static content.
Programmers tend towards the same behavior: if you've ever read through an over-engineered solution, you can tell it came from a person or team that privileged the technology over the solution. So it's a kind of technological fetish.
Same goes with visual design. "Want to see a site about reverse engineering? Well here's a giant animated triangle for you, gliding across the page like a fish. See what we did there, isn't that neat?"
I found out what those were exactly since I jumped into desktop mode, which had even more noticeable issues.
I hate mobile first design choices for adaptive interfaces, since they in a lot of cases, aren't suited for either platform
A free and open access book (libre) on reverse engineering by Dennis Yurichev. https://beginners.re/
Link to the english PDF : https://beginners.re/RE4B-EN.pdf (This is a 1000+ page mammoth!)
But the best resource I've found to learn reversing is liveoverflow's videos on YouTube. Any other suggestions?
That's too bad because almost everything is 64 bit now, even arm.
If this is the case, they should update that! I will be trying for myself now.
It boggles my mind that the paid version is less powerful in some aspect than the free version