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Sat May 8 08:41:12 CDT 2010
The pages Rodeo server creates and that run on iPad Web browser do not involve revPlugin. These pages are rendered by CGI written in Rev running on On-Rev. Rodeo apps running on iPad are just running the app pages that On-Rev has served to it.
When offline, iPad would be using local versions of your Rodeo app pages. When offline on the iPad, one could not make changes that required the Rodeo server--or any other server.
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On May 8, 2010, at 3:16 AM, Peter Alcibiades <palcibiades-first at yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> "Peter, you don't need the On-Rev client app to use On-Rev."
> But don't you need the browser plug-in to use the pages you've made? For
> instance, I seemingly can't get to the parts of your site that are Rev
> based, because of no plug-in. Or is this a mistake?
> Can you step through it, you want to make a web app, usable through the
> browser, either on the local machine or on a local server, or on the On-Rev
> server. What bits exactly do you have to use from Rev?
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