Revlet as backend tool
andre at andregarzia.com
Tue Apr 13 12:07:43 EDT 2010
Like the others, I suspect your best option is a CGI and not a RevWeb
installation. This will make it easier to read and generate files since
everything will run on the server. Doing file manipulation on servers from a
client point of view can be tricky.
Now, moving further, remember to checkout the following things when you
reach the point of generating your web ui for the iphone itself:
* The viewport tag
Those two cool technologies will make your iPhone HTML better and more
On Tue, Apr 13, 2010 at 5:29 AM, Terry Vogelaar <tvogelaar at de-mare.nl>wrote:
> I have been asked to make a HTML-version of a Flash-based site, because not
> all internet browsing devices have Flash. The site is not hosted on On-Rev,
> so I cannot use an .irev file. The CMS is Flashblocks; a Flash-based
> commercial CMS that writes all data to an XML-file. So the task of parsing
> the data and write it to a bunch of HTML-files should be fairly simple.
> So I want to write a revlet with a simple user interface. Basically a
> button that the editor can click after he is done with updating the content
> in Flashblocks. The script then parses the newly written XML-file and puts
> the HTML-files on the server to update them too, for all iPhone users to
> But before I start coding, I want to investigate what the hurdles might be,
> because this is going to be my first revlet. For example: what is the
> standard location for a revlet to write files? The server or the user side?
> Can a revlet write files to a server? If yes, how? Do I need to set
> permissions? Can it create new files and overwrite existing files?
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