mato.kola at wanblizaptan.com
Sat Mar 27 07:45:42 CST 2004
It looks like I responded to an email from Chipp, but I didn't realize that
it included the entire Revolution community!
The "interesting news" would probably not be very interesting to anyone but
Chipp and I as it involved a proposed Revolution project that we are in the
process of winning.
Sorry to disappoint!
From: use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com
[mailto:use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com]On Behalf Of Jerry
Sent: Friday, March 26, 2004 9:51 PM
To: chipp at chipp.com; How to use Revolution
Subject: Re: Case Study...
Hey, I fixed that timing bug in Time Gadget.
P.S. Interesting news today from the RR front.
On Mar 26, 2004, at 3:08 PM, Chipp Walters wrote:
> Hey Rob!
> Multi-tier in my book means using a 'middle-layer' between
> This 'middle-layer' retains much of the business logic of the app and
> thus the client becomes more of a 'thin-client'.
> For example: Many web applications are considered multi-tier, with the
> browser being the 'thin-client', ASP,JSP,PHP,COM, and/or CGI (or other
> Java stuff) considered to be the 'middle-layer' and the SQL Server,
> Oracle, MySQL, etc.. being the database server.
> So, for instance, in the case of Revolution, a multi-tier approach
> means Rev talking to a php script on a server which then queries a
> MySQL database and returns the data --via XML, SOAP, plain text,
> whatever-- to Rev. A significant advantage of Rev over a browser is
> that the php script doesn't need to send back all of the display HTML
> (for the browser), just the content. Typically, this happens almost
> Hope this helps.
> Yep, still plan on getting out to see Dan, just not sure when.
> Rob Cozens wrote:
>> Hi Chipp,
>> I read the "Why Multi-Tier" paragraph, but I don't have a picture of
>> your definition of "Multi-Tier"; so I cannot comment intelligently.
>> BTW, are you still planning to get out to meet with Dan Shafer?
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