WEB 2.0 and iPhone Dev
andre at andregarzia.com
Mon Jun 25 11:17:57 CDT 2007
for all in this thread,
you can code web apps using Revolution, you just can't use revolution user
interface controls to build your web application. You can fetch my
RevOnRockets package and see some examples of AJAX applications done in Rev.
you can check a post on my site about libraries and tools that will help you
build web applications
Basically you have two components of a web application:
and the logic that binds itself with a server. You can't do that in Rev, but
2) The server side which can be done in any language, including Runtime
So to build applications such as the one Steve Jobs demoed during WWDC
you'll need to learn those technologies and one more language.
Hope this help
On 6/25/07, Thomas McGrath III <3mcgrath at comcast.net> wrote:
> Mark, Dave,
> I was wondering if perhaps a stack could be used to help in the dev
> of a WEB 2.0 App. Maybe some GUI help and then some functionality
> help etc. to then be put into/ converted to a widget etc. I tried
> playing around with widget dev but was disappointed with the results.
> Maybe with the 'full' internet support on the iPhone there is a way
> in or is that the same issue with out a front end app being able to
> load on the iPhone?
> On Jun 25, 2007, at 11:14 AM, Mark Schonewille wrote:
> > Dear Dave,
> > A widget might be able to launch a regular app under Mac OS X, but
> > not on an iPhone. Maybe, on an iPhone, a widget could launch
> > another widget, but certainly not a Revolution stack.
> > Best regards,
> > Mark Schonewille
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