How to create a n-tier app with Revolution

Jérôme Rosat jrosat at mac.com
Wed Sep 16 18:53:50 EDT 2009


Bonjour Pierre,

Thank you for the link. Indeed it is fast.

I read your tutorial about "Serveur d'application TCP/IP". It's  
perfect for a POC. But the download link is broken. Is it possible to  
have a other link to download it ?

Le 16 sept. 2009 à 23:47, Pierre Sahores a écrit :

> Hi Jérôme,
>
> Perhaps would you be interested in having an eye to this, as a work  
> in progress on-rev project and proof of concept :
>
> <http://www.woooooooords.com/>
>
> It's mainly build on top of a 200 ko irev server-side lib + a MySQL  
> 5 backend + some tousands of XML datasource files. At this time, it  
> runs a Java applet too, witch will be replaced with a revlet as soon  
> as this one will become available as a GM version.
>
> The best of all is the speed and stability of the revserver engine.  
> Don't hesite to ask for more details offlist.
>
> Best Regards,
>
>
> Le 16 sept. 09 à 21:43, Jérôme Rosat a écrit :
>
>> In my company,  IT guys believe only in n-tier apps developed in  
>> Java with a web interface. And often, I am not satisfied with the  
>> result.
>>
>> I would like to create a proof of concept (POC) to demonstrate that  
>> it is possible to create a n-tier app with Revolution. I read on  
>> the Revolution web site that it is possible to do that but I  
>> didn't  find an example or documentation which explains simply the  
>> concept and the manner of implementing it.
>>
>> Links or information would be appreciated. Thank you.
>>
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