Pricing / entry cost for this tool
revdan at danshafer.com
Sun Nov 27 01:21:35 CST 2005
I would have agreed until the last two revs. I am not personally
acquainted with the situation, but several friends of mine who teach
and study multimedia development at our local university have
complained bitterly to me in the past year about how MM has made
development in Flash all but inaccessible to folks who don't grok
scripting. I'm not sure how they've managed to do this -- or if it's
just a perception -- but it's hurt them in this university curriculum.
OTOH, that group is now investigating Rev, so all is not lost!
On Nov 26, 2005, at 8:22 PM, Chipp Walters wrote:
>> I've been racking my brain the last 48 hours and I cannot come up
>> with a single development tool company that has succeeded at
>> doing this since Borland's very early days. I'd be delighted if
>> someone could point me to a real exception to that rule, but
>> absent that, I maintain my position. RunRev needs to decide
>> whether it's going to try to get professional coders to switch to
>> Rev or adopt it as a RAD or alternative tool, or go after the
>> untapped market potential of the Inventive User. Until it makes
>> that decision and then permeates the company and its policies
>> with it, it will have difficulty being as successful as it can.
> I would have to say MM Flash is positioned at the beginner and very
> advanced users.
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