[OT] Mac App Store

Jim Sims sims at ezpzapps.com
Fri Oct 22 06:48:50 EDT 2010


I'm currently working on a project and now thinking of using the old CGI rev engine, not the plugin. 

You can do a lot with the CGI engine - even more if you throw a connecting standalone into the mix.

I was going to use a different setup but all seems clearer now.

sims
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On Oct 22, 2010, at 12:43 PM, Richmond wrote:

> On 10/22/2010 12:58 PM, Pierre Sahores wrote:
>> It will certainly become the most agnostic way to provide win-win next step solutions to agnostic customers ...
>> 
>> Best,
>> 
>> Pierre
>> 
>> Le 22 oct. 2010 à 08:53, Jim Sims a écrit :
>> 
>>> The thought occurs to me that  Web Apps are looking far more attractive.
>>> 
>>> sims
>>> 
>>> 
> 
> It certainly would be the solution for programmers who are not prepared to "jump"
> from Mac and Win to 'the dark side' of Linux - and why people seem so frightened
> escapes me; but it does seem to be the case.
> 
> So; the next question we have to start asking is about the web-plugin, how functional
> it is on
> 
> what platforms
> 
> and in
> 
> which browsers.
> 
> And . . . for real 'agnosticism' the plugin might have to cease being PC-based and
> delivered in some other way . . .
> 
> i.e.: all browsers on all operating systems.
> 
> it certainly isn't 'agnostic' enough for DOS, RISC OS, MorphOS or Haiku . . .  :(
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