[ANN] Visual Application Browser at RevLive!
jerry at daniels-mara.com
Wed Mar 19 09:13:11 EDT 2008
We have not set a price as of yet. There are a couple of dependencies.
The best minds of a couple generations are working on it, however.
Daniels & Mara, Inc.
Makers of GLX2
On Mar 19, 2008, at 6:51 AM, Len Morgan wrote:
> Any ball park idea on (non-attendee) pricing? I want to start
> saving my pennies.
> len morgan
> Jerry Daniels wrote:
>> [Drum roll...]
>> RevLive! Conference attendees will be among the first in the world
>> to see and purchase (conference discount!) the Visual Application
>> Browser in Las Vegas, Nevada on May 8, 2008. (As you read this
>> announcement, scantily-clad show girls and muscular, oil-covered
>> men are being contracted for this event).
>> Visual Application Browser has been created and developed by
>> Daniels & Mara--the creators of GLX2 Script Editor for Revolution
>> based in Austin, Texas, USA.
>> The Visual Application Browser (VAB) features the following:
>> - an easy-to-use, browse-able Object Tree
>> - a Live Snapshot of your object's card
>> - a layout manager with alignment guides that appear as you move an
>> object in the Live Snapshot
>> - a configure-able Property Editor
>> - a single window with Tabs just like GLX2
>> VAB has:
>> - direct links to and from GLX2
>> - a make-it-my-application-browser option
>> - a make-it-my-property-inspector option
>> With this handy tool, Revolution developers can now:
>> - Click an object in the Object Tree or Live Snapshot to edit its
>> props or move/cut/copy/paste it.
>> - Click an object in VAB's Live Snapshot and see where it is in
>> VAB's Object Tree.
>> - Know in a glance the ownership hierarchy of any object while
>> editing its properties.
>> - Move a control around within VAB's Live Snapshot to line it up
>> with some of its buddy controls.
>> - Move, copy, cut or paste controls to-and-from VAB's Object Tree
>> quick-and-easy with short-cut keys.
>> - Re-layer a card, control or group by dragging and dropping it
>> within the Object Tree.
>> - Edit groups by dragging and dropping controls via the Object Tree.
>> - Have a tab for every clicked object, just like GLX2 does with
>> Fledgling web site:
>> I've already started using an alpha verison of VAB and I have to
>> say: it's VABULOUS!
>> Jerry Daniels
>> Daniels & Mara, Inc.
>> Makers of GLX2
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