Not clear about revMedia vs revEnterprise

Josh Mellicker josh at dvcreators.net
Mon Aug 3 19:39:49 EDT 2009


I have a question:

It was my understanding that Revolution Media used to be a $49  
application, similar to Studio and Enterprise but lacking many of  
advanced and professional features.

Now, is the new RevMedia just for the web? Or is it still a  
development environment where you can create stacks that will run from  
the desktop (with the appropriate "player")?

Thanks


On Aug 3, 2009, at 3:41 AM, Kevin Miller wrote:

> On 02/08/2009 12:12, "Jan Schenkel" <janschenkel at yahoo.com> wrote:
>
>> Think of the hassle that would logically accompany three different  
>> downloads
>> for the three editions: revMedia (neither databases nor SSL),  
>> revStudio
>> (databases but no SSL) and revEnterprise (databases and SSL).
>> It is far more likely that there is a single runtime for the  
>> browser plug-in,
>> but the revlet can only do what is supported in the edition that  
>> you build it
>> with.
>> The potential for business applications is huge, and it will be a  
>> lot easier
>> to build than with Java applet/JNLP constructs.
>
> Right. Your revlet can run in the browser with the capabilities of the
> edition that was used to *create* it. So if you build a revlet using
> revEnterprise, it will be able to use SSL and SSL will work within  
> that
> revlet, for any user of who loads it using the free plugin.
>
> Kind regards,
>
> Kevin
>
> Kevin Miller ~ kevin at runrev.com ~ http://www.runrev.com/
> Runtime Revolution - User-Centric Development Tools
>
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