Wondering about LC and HTML5
andre at andregarzia.com
Tue Jun 21 02:31:03 EDT 2011
You know what? I already have part of the geometry manager somewhat working.
You can see that rectangle graphics, it has a geometry setting for absolute
position on the right side, I use that as a hint that the given object
should have width: 100% instead of its actual width... it is all about
In the movie the graphic fills 100% of the container. The webpage is set to
1000px wide, so the content is centered with a div.
The hard part of geometry is the whole "stay 20 pixels from this control"
thing... One thing at a time!
I am glad you liked it. :-)
On Tue, Jun 21, 2011 at 3:19 AM, Chipp Walters <chipp at chipp.com> wrote:
> Very nice! Of course your challenge will be how to add a geometry manager
> the stack-- and the resulting website! It might be interesting to have it
> pop out a WordPress theme ;-)
> Good stuff for sure. I look forward to hearing more about it.
> On Tue, Jun 21, 2011 at 12:17 AM, Andre Garzia <andre at andregarzia.com
> > Folks,
> > I just can't resist, this thread is just too good.
> > Here is a movie I just recorded:
> > http://andregarzia.com/movies/revimpossible.mp4
> > http://andregarzia.com/movies/revimpossible.webm
> > As I said, the trick is to start by thinking that you are building a web
> > page, not a stack. In this little demo video, I show a simple web layout
> > stack with graphics, patterns, images, text and buttons. RevImpossible
> > converts this stack to a valid web page. I show the page and the source
> > code
> > for the page. It is all very clean.
> > I am not yet converting code of any type, right now my focus is to
> > the layout. After the layout is right, I have a plan about doing the
> > part but don't expect to script a desktop stack and magically have it on
> > the
> > server, that is not how it will work. My idea is that the stack script
> > become a RevServer page. Some controls will RPC back to the server. Right
> > now I will not attempt conversions into JS.
> > RevImpossible is just a way to code a whole website from inside LiveCode
> > IDE, it is not a desktop to web converter. It will make each card into
> > own page. It will output stack script and card script as server side
> > components. It will remove the compile cycle since RevImpossible is
> > by RevOnRockets so it works from inside the IDE itself while you are
> > coding,
> > you tweek your layout and code and refresh the browser, just that. When
> > happy, you export the whole thing and upload it.
> > RevImpossible does not attempt to be a way to build full web portals or
> > make
> > the new google, it is a quick way to prototype sites and to create small
> > medium websites.
> > and no, it is not ready, I named it RevImpossible for a reason, but it is
> > going places...
> > I will shortly begin fundraising campaings for this project and others.
> > This
> > will be a commercial project but those that contribute during the
> > fundraising for development period will receive big discounts and even
> > licenses once it is released. More details to come during the next
> > (I am using RevImpossible to create the RevImpossible page...)
> > :-D
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