a praise for RevIgniter
andre at andregarzia.com
Fri Feb 11 07:53:07 EST 2011
Yes it was indeed a personal message, I've replied to it with changed
headers but to summarize what I said and to contribute to the
discussion here, let me tell my personal opinion.
That being said, both frameworks and languages can achieve wonderful
results, on a project such as the one me and Sivakatirswami are
working where we control everything, using LiveCode is a blessing.
Sometimes when you need to work in bigger teams or can't have a say in
which technology you will be using, you might end up with something
The only advantage I think of using CodeIgniter + PHP is the sheer
amount of knowledge available ranging from books to irc channels and
the fact that there are gazillions libraries for PHP so you seldon
need to implement something on your own besides the business logic of
your software while with RevIgniter, there are sometimes the need to
implement something from scratch such as social network access for
On Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 2:52 AM, stephen barncard
<stephenREVOLUTION2 at barncard.com> wrote:
> Swami, just to let you know, what appears to be your personal message to
> Andre also went out to the list. Not to say that anything in it was bad, I
> found it interesting.
> On 10 February 2011 22:41, Web Admin Himalayan Academy <katir at hindu.org>wrote:
>> On 2/10/11 8:09 AM, Andre Garzia wrote:
>>> In both companies we're using CodeIgniter (PHP) to build custom tools.
>>> At DevaCode we're building one custom contract with RevServer +
>>> RevIgniter (that is my single server project with them right now).
>>> Since both frameworks are very similar, our experience is somewhat
>>> transferable between the two.
>>> I prefer coding in LiveCode than in PHP anyday but the sheer amount of
>>> libraries and documentation for PHP sometimes makes it a better
>> I guess my next question then is obvious: which will best for us. I really
>> don't want to go with PHP and I think we can find solutions to any
>> development need we may have using livecode.
>> Next week we start designing the new HA web site look and feel, then we
>> will start porting page over to the new design (this will be coming as one
>> of your projects) and we will need to have our database functional on the
>> back end... (sadhunatha will be coming here soon to start on this and you
>> will also be involved)
>> So, then the question will come for us (you and me mostly) for the page
>> assembly "layer" i we should go with RevIgniter or PHP.
>> My own sense is that we could port the entire HA web site over to
>> RevIgniter much faster. The current DOM is fairly consistent, and should be
>> easily parsible.
>> Then we leave TAKA running under WordPress (i.e. mix and match).
>> Most of the "cools stuff" that Palaniswami will want to do later (rotating
>> content, hide and show data, eBooks etc.) are all on the presentation layer
>> the underlying content will not be that complicated.
>> The later on, we will face the challenge of parsing our eBook files to dig
>> out content more "atomic" distribution, and LiveCode it think is a much
>> better environment for crunching text content, which is a major component of
>> everything we do.
>> om shanti
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