Good looking examples of applications built with Revolution

Damien Girard dam-pro.girard at
Tue Feb 17 12:28:57 EST 2009

Hi Ben,

At Dam-pro, we are working on Windows; in our laboratories, our 
applications in development looks really modern with a Windows Vista/7 UI.
(The new ParentScript feature of Rev 3.5 is lovely).

Actually released, designed for Windows XP, there is NativeSpeak 
Translate, not the best modern user interface but it is working well.

NativeSpeak Translate:

There is also Screenstep that is a really good application (in look and 
in feature): (built with Rev)


Damien Girard
Dam-pro, France

Ben Rubinstein a écrit :
> 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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