mpetrides at earthlink.net
Mon Aug 16 11:22:53 CDT 2004
Unless I am missing something, this is Mac only. Who wants to create
apps that are Mac only, when the majority of the market out there is
Don't get me wrong, I love my Mac, insist on my apps being available on
Mac OS 9 and OS X and wouldn't consider designing/programming my apps
on a Windows machine. It's just that the ability to create
crossplatform apps is a crucial part of what I need and I think that's
true of others, as well.
Even if there were no Revolution out there, I wouldn't even consider
this until they have at least a Windows player. And then, I would need
to see that Windows player actually WORK with my stacks (apropos of the
text line-up problems reported here and elsewhere when apps made for
one platform are ported to the other). If it looks pretty on Mac and I
have no way to make it look pretty in Win player then it's dead in the
My 2 pfennings.
On Aug 16, 2004, at 10:49 AM, Rick Harrison wrote:
> Hi there,
> Are these guys the competition to Revolution?
> Has anyone played around with it?
> Is it a threat yet?
> Rick Harrison
> See below:
> HyperNext 1.3 from TigaByte Software is a visual software
> development system that can help you build Macintosh applications,
> plug-ins, and stacks that run on the free HyperNext Player. This
> version includes new network commands and controls, such as
> checkboxes, radio buttons, and popup menus. It also features
> enhancements to graphical performance and REALbasic scripting.
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