Handling HTML Form POST in Rev?
revdan at danshafer.com
Thu Oct 13 18:19:34 CDT 2005
I'm not so sure it's a daft idea at all. I just didn't understand
your original motive.
So you want to use HTML to *design* the forms (or, perhaps more
accurately, to allow your users to design them) and then process the
output via a Rev application. Interesting idea.
With altBrowser, I'm not sure you need to use the Web protocols to
handle the form data. I haven't tried it -- and it would be worth
querying Chipp and Chris at Altuit to see if I'm right here -- but I
bet you could load an HTML form into altBrowser, then program a Rev
button for the submission and just parse the data and route it to
wherever you need it in Rev to do the analysis.
Of course, if you want a server or if it turns out you need one,
certainly Andre's all-Rev Web server could be made part of the
package you distribute and perhaps ease everything once you have it
Keep us posted. Interesting project and intriguing approach.
On Oct 13, 2005, at 3:07 PM, Peter Reid wrote:
> OK it may be a daft idea but it seemed worth investigating!
Dan Shafer, Information Product Consultant and Author
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