How exactly does runrev for ipad/iphone work?

Richard Gaskin ambassador at fourthworld.com
Thu May 6 15:01:34 EDT 2010


Andre Garzia wrote:

> Now back to RevMobile. The users who bought their entrances to the
> Alpha/Beta program took a bet. They are willing to pay a price because they
> believe that in the future RevMobile will be great! Most of the current
> RevMobile testers are people who are going to the 2010 conference I believe
> since RevMobile was included in the pioneer offer.
>
> So RevMobile is not a finished product.

Far from it.  That's an important point Andre, and very I'm glad you 
made it.

Like Rev for the desktop, Rev on the server, and Rev in the browser, 
RevMobile is a multi-platform solution.   And from the videos RunRev has 
shown it looks like it's well on it's way to being a great one.

Even with Apple's change to the license, that only affects a subset of 
developers on one platform.  In-house deployment is not affected at this 
time, there may still be a resolution for AppStore deployment as well, 
and all other target OSes remain unchanged.

As far as I can tell, everything else RevMobile set out to do is still 
moving ahead full steam (and possibly more than hasn't been formally 
announced yet).

And with any luck, Apple will come around and their customers can enjoy 
the party too.

With the mobile market even more diverse than the desktop market, 
multi-platform deployment is more valuable to developers than ever before.

--
  Richard Gaskin
  Fourth World
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