While this may be heresy
dave at looktowindward.com
Wed Mar 14 08:55:30 CDT 2007
Well, in my opinion straight out of the box they are about the same.
If you are used to other more traditional programming languages like
C/C++, Pascal or Basic then you will probably have a harder time
getting your head around the way that RunRev works. This is made even
harder since the documentation for RunRev isn't that good and because
there are silly problems that can bite you.
However, once you get into RunRev and start developing your own way
of doing things (for instance I have my own Message Manager and
Application Framework), then RunRev *really* starts to pay off. You
can get things done really quickly, I'd say probably 50% faster than
Hope this Helps.
All the Best
On 13 Mar 2007, at 17:34, Simon HARPER wrote:
> Hi there,
> While I understand this may be heresy, how does Revolution stack up
> to RealBasic, especially when it comes to thinks like richness of
> the interface (such as hierarchical Listboxs)?
> Simon Harper
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