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Thomas McGrath III
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Fri May 7 18:22:54 CDT 2010
I already have a life time subscription to on-rev's revServer and I already own tRev, tText, revMobile, RunRev. So I am a bit confused about what is being offered by Rodeo? On the surface it looks like a 'controlled' access to on-rev through privately owned Rodeo and that the benefit of paying this extra $10 a month is that you will provide some iRev Libraries to handle iPad specific UI elements and or access to webKit in a web app???
I hope this is not the case as right away I can see that this will inhibit contributions to a 'free' repository of library like snippets for us on-rev users.
On May 7, 2010, at 6:56 PM, Jerry Daniels wrote:
> Thanks, for Kicking In, btw!
> Rodeo's emphasis on server technology is a big plus:
> 1. We are really leveraging revServer to make it fast and develop it fast.
> 2. This eliminates the need to update client apps as Rodeo improves.
> Jerry Daniels
> Use tRev's buy link during your 7 day free trial to get 20% off:
> On May 7, 2010, at 5:53 PM, Neal Campbell wrote:
>> Not to divert anyone from Jerry's Rodeo (I am a Kickstarter!) but if you
>> want to see something like it, see the link below
>> Its nothing like the ease of Rev (its ,Net after all) but I think its a
>> similar concept. Except Rodeo (the new product) is a server-oriented app.
>> Neal Campbell
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