My Prototype update!

Thomas McGrath III 3mcgrath at adelphia.net
Sat Nov 5 17:55:15 EST 2005


David,

We are making these decisions now. So far we are planning an engine  
in ANSI C for portability and then for the interface elements we are  
not 100% sure yet. Some phones are Symbian, others are J2ME and  
others are Hybrids and of course Windows CE etc. So we are developing  
these plans next week and I will know more then.

Thank you,

Tom

On Nov 5, 2005, at 3:24 PM, David Bovill wrote:

> Yes - great case study and congratulations!
>
>
> On 5 Nov 2005, at 20:42, Thomas McGrath III wrote:
>
>
>> Comments:
>> WoW, Revolution really made my job easier, It has been robust and  
>> simple and has out shined Director for this project. We can really  
>> use Revolution to further help us in this process of developing a  
>> working product on a phone/pda. However, It would have been  
>> 'REALLY' nice to be able to port the Rev project directly over to  
>> a windows CE smart phone/PDA environment. It would save us around  
>> fifty thousand dollars in development too.
>>
>
> Sure you know a hell of a lot more about this than I do - would be  
> great to get some info as TV and some simple interactive  
> applications on mobiles is a big part of the future of the project  
> we are working on here in Vienna.
>
> When I took a brief look at this the road involving some scaled  
> down version of SVG designed for mobiles plus Java / javascript  
> seemed promising - there were some products in this area and it  
> looked like it would not be hard to create them in Rev - that is  
> design the interface in Rev - export the SVG and have Java /  
> Javascript libraries that much the functionality of the objects in  
> Rev?
>
> How are you planning to do it???
>
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