article on osnews about RB...
revdan at danshafer.com
Thu Aug 4 11:45:45 CDT 2005
"Coincidentally" (I don't believe in coincidence), a client of mine
hired me a few days ago to do an analysis of the new RB with an eye
to helping him figure out if he should either switch from Rev (which
he's using at my behest for over a year and loving) to RB for a new
set of projects for HIS clients, add it to his arsenal, or pass on it.
My study will, of course, be his property since he's paying for it.
But he's given me permission to extract from it a white paper for the
communities (RB and RR) that eliminates all mention of his company,
its product plans, and anything else he considers confidential. I
hope to post that in the next week or so on my Revolution site and
I *can* say at this point that the IDE in RB2005 is very, very nice.
Polished, smooth, fluid, intuitive, and all in one window (a la Jerry
Daniels' new Constellation IDE for Rev, which I think is nearing
release). No screen clutter.
On Aug 4, 2005, at 8:58 AM, Andre Garzia wrote:
> Hi Folks,
> just read a review of RB 2005 in OSNews.com. At the end of the
> review I felt like, hey, I can do all of this in Rev and more. then
> I thought, why I don't see more Rev reviews out there... anyone got
> a clue? It would be nice if we could post a review of Rev as a
> cross platform development tool in OSNews.
> Andre Alves Garzia ð 2004 ð BRAZIL
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