Making the move...

Dan Shafer revolutionary.dan at gmail.com
Tue Mar 14 18:04:12 EST 2006


Jonathan...

I said "Web app as defined by Ruby on Rails." In their parlance -- which I
think is fairly standard on the Web -- you create an application in a
server-side language like PHP or Ruby and then you glue your browser
interface to that application. Depending on how much of that definition you
need to have, you can have lots of shades of gray.


On 3/14/06, Jonathan Lynch <jonathandlynch at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Hmm...
>
> Dan, are sure there is no way to do a Web app in Rev?
>
>
> I mean, it seems like it should be possible. Perhaps I am misunderstanding
> what a web application is...
>
> But, you can use Rev to create web pages and respond to information put
> into
> a web page. And Rev can function as a server unto itself.
>
>
> Does the term web application only mean a program that is embedded in a
> browser, and displays inside the browser?
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