LC --> Website ?

Chipp Walters chipp at chipp.com
Sun Aug 28 00:03:11 EDT 2011


Hi Roger,

While of course you are correct, creating a revlet as website removes a
whopping 99.9%+ of customers with browsers from ever being able to view your
content-- as the current penetration of the rev plu in is much less than
0.1%. So, it's certainly NOT what I would recommend as a solution to
publishing content on the web for the general public to view.

On Saturday, August 27, 2011, Roger Eller <roger.e.eller at sealedair.com>
wrote:
> On Sat, Aug 27, 2011 at 11:23 AM, Bob Earp wrote:
>
>> Hi Chip,
>> It certainly would be cool !!  But don't we have a half-way (at least)
>> solution using LiveCode ?   If Timothy wishes to use the ease/features of
>> LiveCode, couldn't he host his existing site on the on-Rev server and
then
>> plonk chunks of LV functionality on his pages ?
>>
>> What would be the downside of that ?
>>
>> best, Bob.
>>
>> PS, best to Dan when you see him next.
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> Bob Earp
>> White Rock, British Columbia.
>>
>> > Hi Timothy,
>> >
>> > The simple answer to your question is, nope. You can't just design your
>> website on cards and have it convert to a website-- wouldn't that be cool
if
>> you could!
>> >
>> > Websites are typically created from HTML, CSS, and sometimes serverside
>> scripting which helps fill in the dynamic portions of the website.
Sometimes
>> database calls also need to be made as well.
>> >
>> > You can use LC for the serverside scripting, but you'll still need to
do
>> the HTML and CSS for the look and feel for your website. If this is all a
>> bit complicated, you may want to try some of the self serve website
builders
>> available out there. Many of them require no previous knowledge of HTML,
>> CSS, or scripting whatsoever
>> >
>> > Chipp Walters
>> > CEO, Shafer Walters Group, Inc
>>
>
> Chip is correct that "You can't just design your website on cards and have
> it convert to a website", but you can run stacks with multiple cards as a
> revlet using the RunRev plugin.  There are currently limitations with
which
> browsers, but for the ones it works on, it works great!  I don't do
> html/css/php, etc.  I use LiveCode 100% and publish as revlets, and this
> makes database access a breeze.
>
> ˜Roger
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Chipp Walters
CEO, Shafer Walters Group, Inc.



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