Handling HTML Form POST in Rev?
soapdog at mac.com
Thu Oct 13 14:23:43 CDT 2005
Also doing form validation in Rev is way easier than in HTML +
On Oct 13, 2005, at 4:15 PM, Dan Shafer wrote:
> I'm probably missing something here, but if you're not building a
> Web application that runs on a Web server, why are you using a
> browser and HTML at all? A browser's only job, really, is to
> provide an interface between a user desktop and information stored
> on a Web server. (Yeah, I know it *can* be used for other things,
> but they're not its natural function.)
> Assuming I'm just not completely wacko here (and there's always
> that possibility), this seems like a job for Revolution all by its
> lonesome. Create the form as a set of fields and other input
> controls in a Rev stack.
> On Oct 13, 2005, at 2:33 AM, Peter Reid wrote:
>> I want this to run as a standalone app without the need for a
>> local web server. So my user would fill in a form on screen which
>> has been designed using standard HTML, click on the "Send" button
>> and my Rev app would receive the content of the form.
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