HyperCard for the iPad
jerry.daniels at me.com
Thu May 20 20:25:17 CDT 2010
Happy to clarify. Gods willing, we will eventually have an app in the app store that is essentially a browser shell that runs Rodeo web apps. We can then roll anyone else's web pages into an app for them for submission to the app store. Apps with open-ended, unpredictable content are not well received by the app store police, however...so it might have to be an app-app, if you follow me.
Short term, we're not trying to boil the ocean with our efforts. We just want to get people coding in Rodeo as quickly as we can, even if it's only to create simple apps. Thus my current emphasis on using the web browser on the iPad to deliver Rodeo apps.
Create iPad web apps with Rodeo:
On May 20, 2010, at 8:01 PM, Scott Rossi <scott at tactilemedia.com> wrote:
> Recently, Jerry Daniels wrote:
>> We now have a desktop app for the Mac that formats our new LIST code, and
>> sends it to the Rodeo server where it's quickly made into simple (for now) web
>> pages that look great on the iPad. The Mac editor also has a nice preview pane
>> so you can see the fruits of your labor as you code.
> Maybe I misunderstood some information I read somewhere (not sure if it was
> a post or one of your videos) but I thought you mentioned something about
> final iPad apps being delivered as binaries (executables). Is this your
> (eventual) plan or did I imagine this and Rodeo apps will operate as Web
> Thanks for the clarification -- after seeing a number of posts here, I think
> this would be useful for other folks to know besides myself, who suffers
> from memory loss.
> Best Regards,
> Scott Rossi
> Creative Director
> Tactile Media, UX Design
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