capellan2000 at gmail.com
Sat Dec 5 16:33:01 EST 2009
Kay C Lan wrote:
> Use examples that other languages are using, be confident to point people
> your competitors tutorials, have the same examples in your own tutorials,
> then let them choose which tutorial they want to do.
Actually, i like this approach.
In this way, every person will be able to evaluate,
in first place, their area of interest.
But, I must beg your pardon if I look overly insistent
of the following topic:
Most of the computer users could produce and publish
content using RevMedia, but just a few will give the
additional steps to become full fledged programmers.
RevMedia needs interfaces (palettes, Dialogs, Wizards, etc.)
for common authoring task.
We, as developers, do not find too difficult all these tasks,
but for others (non developers) it's a big NO-NO to type
scripts or commands to accomplish what they do using
a Graphical User Interface in other software programs.
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