Good looking examples of applications built with Revolution

Sivakatirswami katir at
Wed Feb 18 19:41:46 EST 2009

Aloha, Ben:

I'm not sure if they qualify for "impressive modern user interface"

but they are popular, and in action:

subscribe and then try it..  and run the "View Multi-media"  button.

We tend to use "organic" colors and stay away from the sterile grey 
vector world of "modern" computer design.

These are a bit old but still get a lot of downloads. Though I suspect 
the will fall short of your expectations on "impressive.. modern"  but 
some edutainmentware never dies;

I would polish the above be doing a lot more of this kind of thing if I 
had the time.


Also 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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