AW: revlet not only on on-rev? was: some HD fun
sarah.reichelt at gmail.com
Thu Nov 12 03:19:16 CST 2009
> excellent explanation. I always mixed it up. Now the technical view is
> clear. Perhaps you would like to give me also a brief example for an irev
> app, what you can't do with a revlet? Is it "just" having a host service and
> being able to connect to DBs without PHP or cgi? Probably not, probably irev
> is much more powerful, but I don't see it yet. With a revlet you can also
> mix HTML and xtalk (embedded in a plugin) in a web page. Yes Klaus, I have
> read on-rev home ;)
iRev allows you to script dynamic web pages that just work without
your viewers having to download or install any plugins.
You can think of it as a replacement for PHP & CGI scripts, but not
You can change the page that is sent to a browser as it is requested,
but you cannot change a page in response to a user interaction without
Have a look at the examples on my On-Rev page to see some of the
things you can do <http://www.troz.net/onrev/>.
My whole site is now built using On-Rev scripting which takes text
files listing stacks or revlets or web links and builds it all as
Basically, revlets allow you to put stacks on a web page. iRev
scripting allows you to build dynamic web pages without a plugin.
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