Revolution Media Presentation Viewable on Web?
revolutionary.dan at gmail.com
Wed Jun 28 11:29:31 CDT 2006
OK, so how many of us would be willing to throw, say, a grand at a developer
or team to do this project? Delivering a Rev stack/app in DHTML would be
such an awesome tool that I'd use it daily.
On 6/27/06, Richard Gaskin <ambassador at fourthworld.com> wrote:
> GregSmith wrote:
> > And all of the linkages are already in place through AJAX for the major
> > browsers so that nothing would need to be downloaded to be viewed and
> > experienced?
> I think the best answer here would be "depends". :)
> is only really suited for a subset of all the things Rev can do.
> But on the upside, anything that truly benefits from being in a browser
> probably represents a pretty narrow subset of Rev's capabilities anyway.
> So in brief, if ToolBook could do this almost a decade ago I see no
> reason why Rev couldn't also:
> 1. Identify a subset of things that would be useful in a browser.
> 2. Make a Rev library with handlers to support those tasks.
> those behaviors in a browser.
> 4. Author in Rev, have a library generate the objects as DHTML
> and upload.
> 5. Give the URL to your friends and enjoy. :)
> Oh, and I forgot Step 0 (before 1):
> 0. Get some of the open source advocates here to do #1, 2, and 3.
> Richard Gaskin
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