Thoughts on Kevin's announcement
rene.micout at numericable.com
Wed May 12 11:30:51 EDT 2010
And for my first question ?
Le 12 mai 2010 à 17:12, Jerry Daniels a écrit :
> You ask an excellent question:
> If the approach Rodeo takes can let you use the iPad features using a single HyperTalk-like language, then why doesn't Runtime Revolution do this?
> The simple answer is: it's not in their corporate DNA, but it is most certainly in ours. RunRev is all about the binary engine...creating it, making it happen. We're all about text...parsing it, letting an engine render it.
> Kevin and I talked before I announced, of course. We have worked together over the years and know each other pretty well. It was obvious to us both the directions each of us would go in response to the Apple lock-down. Different, but very complementary.
> Jerry Daniels
> Use Revolution technology to create iPad apps:
> On May 12, 2010, at 9:52 AM, René Micout <rene.micout at numericable.com> wrote:
>> Your explanation are, for me, easier to understand than your blog explanation (because I can read and I am not obliged to follow your explanations spoken...).
>> If I have well understand Rodeo is that I need !
>> Question 1 : is 100% iPad features available ? > music by example...
>> Question 2 : why it is not the way taken by RunRev ?
>> Le 12 mai 2010 à 16:38, Jerry Daniels a écrit :
>>> Since you brought it up, I believe Rodeo is the most straight forward approach to developing web apps for the iPad. Of course, I'm biased because Sarah, Rob, Mary Jane and I are creating Rodeo!
>>> You don't need revServer, On-Rev, revPlugin, revMobile or even Revolution IDE to use Rodeo. You don't even need to get online storage for you web apps as that's included in Rodeo's small monthly fee.
>>> Rodeo will be like HyperCard for the iPad. Simple and easy. Whatever skill you possess in revTalk, HyperTalk, stack/card architecture can be reused as a Rodeo developer.
>>> Rodeo is being built using revServer, On-Rev and Revolution IDE by our development team. RunRev, the company, will profit from our endeavor as our technology of choice. We would not be able to get to market so quickly without our use of Revolution technology.
>>> With Rodeo Desktop IDE you write your code in a single HyperTalk-like language and build your interface with an integrated Hypercard-like UI builder. On the iPad itself you will be able to edit the code for your Rodeo-built web app if you have edit permissions, which as the author of the app you would have.
>>> Rodeo is well suited for personal app development, education, consultants, and custom app developers whose clients don't want to pay $75,000+ or deal with Apple's app store as is the case with an Objective-C app for the iPad
>>> As the weeks tick by, we plan to add support for iPhone and other mobile platforms if there is a demand. We are seriously considering an option to help our customers roll their web apps into native iPad apps that can be submitted to the app store. This service will also be demand-driven.
>>> This is a simple product with attractive pricing made with the small developer and inventive user in mind. I hope this explanation helps you sort through your options.
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