iRev - Ajax - jQuery

Neal Campbell nealk3nc at gmail.com
Thu Dec 31 21:59:03 EST 2009


Not meaning to stretch this way out of topic but I found a great tool for
debugging (in addition to firebug) which is the Charles debugging proxy
http://www.charlesproxy.com/

Shows the post actions, AMF messages for those of us that use Flex, etc.
Really a value-packed utility for 40 bucks.

Best wishes for the new year!

Neal Campbell
Abroham Neal Software
www.abrohamnealsoftware.com
(540) 242 0911

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On Thu, Dec 31, 2009 at 6:52 PM, Jim Ault <jimaultwins at yahoo.com> wrote:

> On-Rev allows both irev and cgi to work on the same web page or web query.
> Mix and match depending on your combined environment.
>
> For pure irev scripts, you could use either text files or sql.
> In that case, you might want to factor another level or two to make coding
> simpler.
>
> ---- the following is probably more than you want to
>        know at this moment
>        so ignore it if you wish
> Now we are a short distance from the power of
> multidimensional arrays stored as a single text file,
> then use arrayDecode(allTemplates.txt)
>
> The irev script can call multiple Rev cgi (or PHP cgi) scripts that reside
> on any server.
>
> I am building a stack to run as cgi where each card has a web page format
> template that includes HTML, CSS, javascript, php, and jquery.  Beyond that,
> it will also build a usage database for tracking a multi-site network of
> pages.  Each card has its own custom properties, does not need a forest of
> text files, and parsing is all done inside Rev code.
> --- end of advanced ideas
>
> PS  I own but don't use Rapidweaver & Dreamweaver as they mostly create
> more anomalies and head scratching than they solve.
>
> I do most all of my work in BBEdit (just like TextWrangler, same author),
> and use a very valuable tool - Firebug in FireFox
>
> To do the On-Rev desktop backup, build a little scanner app that archives
> the most recent file in the local folder, if it has changed since the last
> backup one minute ago.
>
> Have a good New Year's Eve !!
>
> Jim Ault
> Las Vegas
>
>
> On Dec 31, 2009, at 2:26 PM, Thomas McGrath III wrote:
>
>  That is much less painful for sure, by an order of magnitude.
>> I didn't know that the iRev environment can save it self as a stack? Is
>> that right?
>> And then of course if it is true then the custom props is possible too
>> then?
>>
>> This is much easier. Thanks Jim
>>
>> Tom McGrath III
>> Lazy River Software
>> 3mcgrath at comcast.net
>>
>> iTunes Library Suite - libITS
>> Information and download can be found on this page:
>> http://www.lazyriversoftware.com/RevOne.html
>>
>>
>> On Dec 31, 2009, at 4:43 PM, Jim Ault wrote:
>>
>>  I use a much cleaner system for 'mashing up' code for HTML and javascript
>>> Try a couple of these tips and see if the pain goes away.
>>>
>>>
>>> --// a couple notes about browsers
>>>  --// html honors both quote types, ignores extra spaces
>>>  --// javascript honors both quote types
>>>
>>>  --build the Rev string without ANY ampersands
>>>  --use single, not double quotes
>>>  get "  <a href='zhrefz' class='zclassz' rel='zrelz' title='ztitlez'>"
>>>  put IT & "<img src='zsrcz/' alt='zaltz'/></a>  " into tImg
>>>  --now do the replacements so they are easily visible/editable
>>>  replace "zhrefz" with  "photos/test/" in tImg
>>>  replace "zclassz" with "pirobox_gall" in tImg
>>>  replace "zrelz" with    "lightbox" in tIm
>>>  replace "ztitlez" with  "Best Photo" in tImg
>>>  replace "zsrcz" with   "photos/test/" in tImg
>>>  replace "zaltz" with    tSizeSpec in tImg
>>>  --send to browser
>>>  put tImg
>>>
>>>  --the next level of factoring could be custom props
>>>  --create an image link template
>>>  get "  <a href='zhrefz' class='zclassz' rel='zrelz' title='ztitlez'>"
>>>  get IT & "<img src='zsrcz/' alt='zaltz'/></a>  "
>>>  set the cpImgLinkTmpl of this stack to IT
>>>  save this stack
>>>  --now use the image link template
>>>  put the cpImgLinkTmpl of this stack into tImg
>>>  replace "zhrefz" with  "photos/test/" in tImg
>>>  replace "zclassz" with "pirobox_gall" in tImg
>>>  replace "zrelz" with    "lightbox" in tIm
>>>  replace "ztitlez" with  "Best Photo" in tImg
>>>  replace "zsrcz" with   "photos/test/" in tImg
>>>  replace "zaltz" with    tSizeSpec in tImg
>>>  --send to browser
>>>  put tImg
>>>
>>> Hope this gives you some ideas.
>>>
>>> Jim Ault
>>> Las Vegas
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>> On Dec 31, 2009, at 7:41 AM, Thomas McGrath III wrote:
>>>
>>>  And NO ONE should ever have to look at something like this again, let
>>>> alone have to type it:
>>>> put "<a href=" & quote & "photos/test/"  & L & quote && " class=" &
>>>> quote & "pirobox_gall" & quote & && " rel=" & quote & "lightbox" & quote &
>>>> && " title=" & quote & L & quote & "><img src=" & quote & "photos/test/" & L
>>>> & quote & " alt=" & quote & L & quote && tSizeSpec &  "/></a>" into tImg
>>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>
>
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