Good looking examples of applications built with Revolution

Chris Sheffield cmsheffield at
Tue Feb 17 10:18:27 EST 2009

Hi Ben,

Read Naturally was fully developed in Revolution  
( I work for Read Naturally (that's the name of  
the company as well as the name of our flagship product) as the  
primary developer. I don't know that I would go so far as to say it  
has "an impressive modern user interface", however, as it is  
definitely due for a revamping in that area. But it is one example of  
a very successful commercial product. Visit this page 
  to download a fully functional evaluation.

Give me a holler if you have more questions.


On Feb 17, 2009, at 6:12 AM, Ben Rubinstein wrote:

> I know that this must be an FAQ, but I've not been able to find that  
> handy list I'm looking for.
> It's that time again: considering what development approach to take  
> on a new project, which requires a cross-platform well connected  
> desktop app with a slick UI, for a wide consumer audience.
> The arguments about development efficiency of Rev are well  
> understood; there's no doubt that Rev can do all the tasks that will  
> be needed; the question mark over Rev, as compared to the other two  
> routes being considered, is evidence of good looking, slick, user  
> interfaces.  (A shocking indictment of my own work, of course, but  
> then my work has always concentrated on functionality.)
> So, here's that question again: I'm looking for examples of actual  
> applications (not just sample stacks, tool stacks etc), built in  
> Rev, that can be pointed to as demonstrating that people have used  
> Rev to distribute products with an impressive modern user  
> interface.  I'm sure that they're out there - I just don't know where.
> Please send examples, links, or lists - whether your own work or  
> others - either to me directly or to the list as you prefer.
> Many thanks,
> - Ben
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Chris Sheffield
Read Naturally, Inc.

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