Good looking examples of applications built with Revolution

Bob Sneidar bobs at
Tue Feb 17 13:13:28 EST 2009

Wowmatrix was produced with Runtime Revolution. It is a handy app that  
scans the World Of Warcraft addons folder, then connects to each addon  
site (there are many) and checks to see if your addons are up to date.  
It also can search for new addons (there are many) and install them  
for you. It is a really slick example of how a Rev App can harness the  
power of the web to make what would normally be a tedious task into an  
easy few click process. It works with PC's and Macs. (of course!)

Bob Sneidar
IT Manager
Logos Management
Calvary Chapel CM

On Feb 17, 2009, at 5:12 AM, Ben Rubinstein wrote:

> I know that this must be an FAQ, but I've not been able to find that  
> handy list I'm looking for.
> It's that time again: considering what development approach to take  
> on a new project, which requires a cross-platform well connected  
> desktop app with a slick UI, for a wide consumer audience.
> The arguments about development efficiency of Rev are well  
> understood; there's no doubt that Rev can do all the tasks that will  
> be needed; the question mark over Rev, as compared to the other two  
> routes being considered, is evidence of good looking, slick, user  
> interfaces.  (A shocking indictment of my own work, of course, but  
> then my work has always concentrated on functionality.)
> So, here's that question again: I'm looking for examples of actual  
> applications (not just sample stacks, tool stacks etc), built in  
> Rev, that can be pointed to as demonstrating that people have used  
> Rev to distribute products with an impressive modern user  
> interface.  I'm sure that they're out there - I just don't know where.
> Please send examples, links, or lists - whether your own work or  
> others - either to me directly or to the list as you prefer.
> Many thanks,
> - Ben
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