rev apps on iPhone?

Thomas McGrath III 3mcgrath at
Sun Jun 29 11:53:42 EDT 2008


P.S. At least I don't have to hire a WEB 2.0 programmer. And I hope  
that RR can take most of that load with the rest going to our Web guys  
(different department).

Tom McGrath

On Jun 29, 2008, at 11:50 AM, Thomas McGrath III wrote:

> Lynn,
> But, you do know that Cocoa is in beta for both Web and Windows and  
> so therefore makes xCode that much more interesting. RR already has  
> the Mac WIndows thing down. It seems that Linux is coming along and  
> with the Web a possibility I still think RR for ease of use and a  
> much much much more simple interface/workflow is in another league  
> completely than xCode.
> That said, I will be hiring an experienced xCode developer shortly  
> that will take my RR prototypes over to the iPhone and the Web (beta).
> I would love to hire another RR developer but they are hard to find  
> locally and the end output is for iPhone etc. so I have to put  
> resources into the Cocoa development and I will continue doing the  
> Prototypes.
> Tom McGrath
> On Jun 29, 2008, at 11:31 AM, Lynn Fredricks wrote:

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