Learning about server
devin_asay at byu.edu
Wed Jun 11 10:28:00 EDT 2014
Great site, Simon! I've bookmarked that link for when I talk to my classes about LC Server. So far I've only got a *very* cursory set of introductory notes that I've used in classes and workshops.
In addition to your notes on installing Server, I also remember that Keith Clarke posted some instructions a couple of years back for installing it on OS X and OS X Server. Unfortunately, his links seem to be dead.
On Feb 16, 2011, at 3:08 PM, Keith Clarke <keith.clarke at clarkeandclarke.co.uk> wrote:
> Hi folks,
> I promised to publish some notes on the above - new to blogging as well as LiveCode and OSX server, so I hope they help a bit:
> • OSX Server vs Regular OSX considerations: http://blog.clarityforsuccess.com/2011/02/revserver-on-osx-server-vs-osx.html
> • Configuring OSX Server for revServer: http://blog.clarityforsuccess.com/2011/02/revserver-on-osx-server-snow-leopard.html
> • RevServer and OSX Server Custom sites: http://blog.clarityforsuccess.com/2011/02/configure-osx-server-custom-site-for.html
Anybody have live links to this? You still out there Keith?
I'd love to see more how-to materials for LC Server. I would definitely buy a book if it came to be.
On Jun 10, 2014, at 1:49 PM, Simon Smith <hello at simonsmith.co> wrote:
> Thanks, much appreciated.
> Only put it live a few minutes ago, there is no time like the present and
> if I don't do it now - then I probably never will. It is also a great
> motivation to work on it and try to complete everything that is missing.
> On Tue, Jun 10, 2014 at 9:25 PM, Richard Gaskin <ambassador at fourthworld.com>
>> Simon Smith wrote:
>> Writing a book would be a mammoth task - and I for one, would not be
>>> certain just how large a target market there would be, so they would truly
>>> be a labour of love :)
>> It would indeed. I've known enough people in the book business that I
>> stay with software. :)
>> But for now - this is something I have been dabbling with,
>>> http://activethought.net/livecode-server/ its far from complete and
>>> hopefully not to many errors and spelling mistakes. It is probably a bit
>>> the simple side - but if it helps one person, then I would be happy.
>> Nice, Simon! I hadn't come across that before - well done.
>> I just sent that URL to Heather to forward to the Web team so it can be
>> added to the Resources page at LiveCode.com. Hopefully we'll see it linked
>> there soon - good resource, thanks for putting that together.
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