rcozens at pon.net
Wed Feb 25 10:04:24 CST 2004
>has been testing Revolution for a couple of hours and looks a little bit
Jose, et al:
It occurs to me that my initial take was to associate "immature" with
"beginner-ish" & "amateurish", terms previously seen in this context.
However, "immature" can also mean "in a juvenile state of
development", and in that regard Revolution IS immature. There ARE
bugs & rough edges, and the Rev Dev interface lacks touches that can
only come over time...that's what the process of maturing is all
So, yes, Jose: Runtime Revolution is just a three-year-old. Just
extrapolate to when it's five. And know also:
Under the hood is the MetaCard engine that's now a teenager
The xTalk syntax that drives it is also in its teens.
And the users of your applications never see the Rev Dev environment:
they see your xTalk scripts run by the MetaCard engine.
CCW, Serendipity Software Company
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