run Rev app on two networked computers?
soapdog at mac.com
Wed Jul 7 10:27:53 CDT 2004
On Jul 7, 2004, at 10:13 AM, Rob Cozens wrote:
> Hi Andre,
> My focus is still on LAN-based databases; so I have not checked this
> Where can I find more info on the revHTTP project?
It's a project of mine, it was based on httpd.mc but now it bears
almost no code with it. There's a page on the first version at
http://homepage.mac.com/soapdog/rev/revhttpd.html but that is obsolete
and servers more for historical purposes. I'll leave my home server
running so that you can check the bleeding edge, the new webserver is
smaller and full of features. You can check it running by pointing your
it's running inside Rev IDE you can check the screenshots. In the about
link you can see all info about it, and also there are some demo stacks
you can see running. Thats my new version so there are some issues, the
new templating engine fails on two stacks (the inform and the
listStacks) but that will be solved today. Also do not fiddle too much
with the XML-RPC stack for it's not working yet, and sending invalid
data to it is crashing revolution!
Check the feedback demo, the quotes of the day demo and the
screenshots. Read the about and see how this code can help your apps.
The new version will be released at the summit.
all the code is inside two buttons:
revHTTPd button - is the core webserver with no bells and whistles.
just a server, it can serve files from HD (if you allow) and server
running stacks (dynamic pages). It loads as backscript.
Inform3 button - is the templating and utils button, it has some very
advanced and cool template functions, it can do automatic data
transportation from web forms to card fields, yes automatic, it will
match names. Like you have a web form with a input called "name" that
will match a text field "name" on your stack. Nice! and can convert
simple cards (field based) into webforms.
but seeing is beliving! so just revGoUrl "http://home.soapdog.org:8081/"
PS: hope this new server handles fine!
Andre Alves Garzia ð 2004
Soap Dog Studios - BRAZIL
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