custom protocols ( Re: How Else to Interact with Browser)
soapdog at mac.com
Fri Nov 3 19:05:11 CST 2006
that can be done now. My mac os x machine will treat any url such as
x-dreamcard://www.somesite.com/stack.rev as belonging to the
dreamcard player, it will load the stack there. This easy to do... I
can give you some steps on how to set this up in case you need.
On Nov 3, 2006, at 5:50 PM, Derek Bump wrote:
> Well it seems to me that there is 1 other option that may be
> viable. A protocol loader much like html or ftp, or even a MIME
> type that is setup in the system.
> Much like iTunes, and very easy to implement, would consist of the
> very same Dreamcard model that RunRev already employs, but a little
> modified. Once a Player program is installed, the user clicks a
> link within the browser and boom, the stack loads within a "non-
> obtrusive" player window. When it's done, the user closes it.
> Then, the next evolutionary model in my mind, would be the browser
> plugin. Embed the stack within the web page itself. All I know is
> that I'm sure there were complaints from people about having an
> Acrobat plugin... but look how far that's gone these days.
> Derek Bump
> Dreamscape Software
> Compress photos quickly and easily with JPEGCompress!
> Lynn Fredricks wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> My bringing this up isnt implying that we are shipping anything
>> but, Im interested in your feedback regarding browser interaction
>> Revolution. WHAT WE HAVE. Here is a short list of what we can do/
>> is done and probably
>> could be improved (if Im missing something, feel free to add):
>> -RevCGI. Server-side applications built with Rev.
>> -Browser hosting. Served by products like Alt.browser.
>> WHAT SOME USERS HAVE SUGGESTED. Two other suggestions have been
>> and one executed in other products previously:
>> -Flash compiling. Somehow translate a Rev project into Flash.
>> -"AJAX" compiling. Somehow translate a Rev project into an AJAX
>> like model
>> that can execute in the browser without a plugin.
>> -Then there is the Roadster model (ie Rev plugin).
>> WHAT ELSE? What other options are there? Id like to frame this
>> question also
>> within the bounds of use - if you suggest something, is there a
>> use you can think of?
>> Before diving into the Roadster model, I ask that you go back and
>> discussion on the list. I have a very strong opinion about this
>> since I was
>> directly involved in the last rev of the Roadster plugin for
>> Best regards,
>> Lynn Fredricks
>> Worldwide Business Operations
>> Runtime Revolution, Ltd
>>> -----Original Message-----
>>> From: use-revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com [mailto:use-
>>> revolution-bounces at lists.runrev.com] On Behalf Of Derek Bump
>>> Sent: Friday, November 03, 2006 5:56 AM
>>> To: How to use Revolution
>>> Subject: Re: Revolution Web Browser Plugin
>>> Like I said before, if you'd like to see the development of a
>>> Revolution Plugin or ActiveX object for Web Browsers then get on
>>> BugZilla or STSRevZilla and vote for Bug #3940.
>>> Thanks to all those who have voted already!
>>> Derek Bump
>>> Dreamscape Software
>>> Compress photos quickly and easily with JPEGCompress!
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