Runrev on the web
wjm at wjm.org
Wed Apr 22 13:06:38 CDT 2009
> Just so I understand, using runrev for applications on the web "requires"
> us to use the runrev service currently priced at 499.00 for life?
No. On-Rev and Revolution Studio/Enterprise/Media at this point are
completely separate products.
The "Rev on the Web" you are probably thinking of is scheduled for
Revolution 4.0 in September. This will enable you to put your stacks online
within a Web page, and it will look and work just like it does on the
desktop. It does not require the on-Rev service.
on-Rev is a new hosting service with next-generation Revolution server
scripting built in, plus software which enables you to create, edit, upload,
manage, inspect and debug your scripts in real-time. It does not require
If you enjoy using Revolution, you'll probably love on-Rev, though. You'll
be able to use the language you know to do just about anything you like with
your Web server. Check out the latest revUp newsletter and attend Thursday's
seminar for more info.
> Is there a way to get runrev on the web without using On-rev?
Yes. Currently, the Web plugin is available for preview and testing by
people who have registered for our Developers conference in Edinburgh, Sept
1. That conference is the official kickoff of our new Web technologies and
the sessions will be designed around getting the most out of them. It will
likely be our biggest and freshest conference to date... lots of new faces
and new topics. You can still get 40%+ off registration if you go to
Once your complete registration you'll be given a username and password to
the Web plugin preview site, which has the pre-beta plugin, several
examples, and shows you how to use it with your own stacks.
More information about the use-livecode