rev apps on iPhone?
tvogelaar at de-mare.nl
Sat Jun 28 12:48:37 CDT 2008
It is painful for me to admit, but you do have a point here. :-)
On the other hand, RunRev can also run 'faceless' on webservers as CGI
engines. I think the gap between using a stack on a 'normal' computer
and a CGI server is larger than the gap between OSX and the iPhone OS.
There are some minor hurdles to take, but the main difference is Cocoa
Touch / the GUI. Except for that challenge, it is just Mac OSX.
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> Date: Fri, 27 Jun 2008 15:23:17 -0700
> From: Josh Mellicker <josh at dvcreators.net>
> Subject: Re: rev apps on iPhone?
> To: How to use Revolution <use-revolution at lists.runrev.com>
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> I understand the desire to have Rev a write-once, deploy everywhere
> solution... iPhone, Windows mobile, web, toaster, microwave, etc.
> But I'd like to cast my one very small vote that Rev continue to focus
> on doing one thing really well- make desktop apps for OSX/WinXP/Vista/
> Linux that work really well.
> To me, continuing to refine Rev's power in making it easier to work
> with databases, improving table fields, Quicktime and AVI functions,
> adding more standard widgets like popup calendars and various types of
> grids, better text processing... in my opinion, improving those core
> functions is so much more important than trying to make it a do
> everything solution, especially for a smaller company.
> Xcode works fine for iPhone, there are other solutions for web, a wise
> person once told me, "stick to one thing, and be the best in the world
> at it."
> (Of course, I have never followed this advice meeself ;-)
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