RevServer deployment on OSX Server

Keith Clarke keith.clarke at clarkeandclarke.co.uk
Fri Feb 18 12:57:34 EST 2011


Robert, Sorry, I had moved focus from considering the user experience of the developed application to the development environment and how to shove 4.5.3 prototypes into a limited 3.5 environment. As this thread is far from its origin, I'm starting a new thread, with more appropriate question.
  
On 18 Feb 2011, at 15:43, Robert Brenstein wrote:

> On 18.02.11 at 15:30 +0000 Keith Clarke apparently wrote:
>> Thanks for reframing the problem Bjoernke!
>> 
>> Actually, I have the 3.5 CGI but as I arrived on planet LiveCode after version 4, I'm concerned about just how limited my palette would be with v3.5 engine and UI controls. This is especially the case as I've used several plug-ins and externals in my concept demonstrators and as I'm sure these won't roll-back elegantly, I lack the environment or capability to undertake rigorous unit and integration test of all of those against 3.5, to establish my hard limits for the product re-engineering toolset.
>> 
> 
> I am afraid, you are confusing something. Your palette and options would be pretty much the same. When using RevCGI (or RevServer for that matter), the entire GUI that your users see is the one produced within the web browser page. Nothing native to LiveCode. What you seem to be talking about would require using Revlets (but that requires the plugin to be installed on user end) or a desktop app (even thin app requires installation of a program on the client computer).
> 
> Something simply does not add up in what you say ;-)
> 
> Robert
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