Major apps developed with Revolution? (on Mac OS X)

Stephen Barncard stephenREVOLUTION at barncard.com
Sat Sep 30 14:48:13 EDT 2006


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>Can anyone point me to applications that fit these criteria? Thanks.
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>- --
>Kevin Walzer

Check out FM Pro Migrator, and CGI Scripter
http://www.fmpromigrator.com/

Chipp's Web builder app
http://www.altuit.com/webs/hemingway/Hemingway/default.htm

and Richard Gaskin's WebMerge
http://www.fourthworld.com/products/webmerge/index.html

and Jacque Landman Gay has quite a list..
http://www.hyperactivesw.com/Solutions.html

and Dan Shafer has created a nifty e-book system to deliver media!
http://www.shafermedia.com/services.html


just a few off the top of my head.





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>Hello,
>
>I'm currently evaluating Revolution 2.7 as a development tool. One thing
>I'm trying to learn more about is what are some prominent applications
>that are developed with Revolution and that I can try out on Mac OS X.
>Looking at the Revolution website, most of the applications I have found
>are either applications targeted *at* Revolution developers--add-ons,
>IDE's, and the like--or are applications that are so specialized and/or
>narrow in their niche that I can't really evaluate them. I am a
>shareware developer, so I'm especially interested in Revolution-based
>apps that are low-cost (under $50), have a Mac-compliant look-and-feel,
>and some user-base/sales success. I'm trying to get a handle on whether
>anyone is successfully using Revolution in the Mac shareware market.
>
>Can anyone point me to applications that fit these criteria? Thanks.
>
>- --
>Kevin Walzer
>Poetic Code
>http://www.kevin-walzer.com

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