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Fri May 7 21:14:19 CDT 2010
On Sat, May 8, 2010 at 11:21 AM, Colin Holgate <coiin at verizon.net> wrote:
> I think you may be missing a bigger market. HTML5 is supposed the be all the rage, but there are almost no tools for making HTML5 pages. You could promote your tool for making HTML5 pages, and then the fact that it might be iPad compatible would be a selling point for your tool. As it stands it sounds like an iPad web app tool, and people needing HTML5 pages might not think of using it, and people like me who want to do iPad apps will realize that your tool won't work offline, and so won't be interested.
Hi Colin, interesting thoughts about HTML5.
As regards Rodeo, while iPad editing will be through the browser and
require you to be online, the desktop app will work offline.
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