Web Browser/Server Technique more info...
gary.rathbone at btclick.com
Fri Oct 11 13:29:00 CDT 2002
I've uploaded a (slightly) better explanation of using Rev as a proxy /
firewall / filter / web integrator at
With (rough and ready) sample downloads.
From: use-revolution-admin at lists.runrev.com
[mailto:use-revolution-admin at lists.runrev.com]On Behalf Of Gary Rathbone
Sent: 11 October 2002 17:30
To: use-revolution at lists.runrev.com
Subject: RE: Web Browser/Server Technique (was How real is the embedded
I may be way off the mark here, but would a process as below help ?
I've used Rev as a Browser/Net go between to screen 'unsuitable' sites.
i) Use Rev as a local web server application on say port 8181
ii) Rev launches a local page on your browser say index.html:8181
iii) Any links on this page could be directed to http://127.0.0.1:8181
(I beleive 127.0.0.1 is always the local machine)
iv) This is then trapped by your local 'Rev Web Server' for processing
v) Rev can act on this, send and receive info to/from the web, alter it and
pass it to the local web browser.
In brief (browser -> revserv) -> web
web -> (revserv -> browser)
Have I explained this well enough ?
>In a message dated 10/10/02 10:20:32 PM, ambassador at fourthworld.com writes:
>What are the advantages of putting a browser inside on your app's window?
>What sort of apps are you folks making?
>Well, I can speak for the app that I'm trying to make - - - a DSL Router
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