RevIgniter is Fabulous!

-=>JB<=- sundown at pacifier.com
Thu Mar 24 01:05:56 EDT 2011


That looks very nice.  Was everything made with Revigniter?

-=>JB>=


On Mar 23, 2011, at 9:53 PM, Sivakatirswami wrote:

> We are redoing our www.himalayanacademy.com web site, very slowly, it will take many moons...
> and we are not rushing.
> 
> I decided we should give RevIgniter a try. There was a little anxiety in the air about using something new and different that was not PHP. And since LiveCode has proven itself over and over again in-house for production apps, I went out on a limb and convinced everyone here that LiveCode Server and RevIgniter were going to provide us with
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> a) "radical flexibility" and
> b) fabulous performance
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> We have had enough experience with XOOPS and Drupal to know that it can only get better, so no objections were raised. So for the past month I've been hitting hard on the RevIgniter User guide and plaguing Ralf with all kinds of questions.
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> Now as I finally got thru the learning curve and am actually putting together pages, I can't say how utterly fantastic this is. It's like a dream come true, like I've been hobbling around in web dev space since 1995 with both arms tied behind my back and one leg broken and suddenly I can fly.
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> This is our sand box... and we are just getting started. Not only is it fast and efficient but it is also just way too much fun.
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> http://dev.himalayanacademy.com/books/   (click the design one and design two links)
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> Obviously this is just a skeleton right now, but, with setting far future headers on our server and using the revIgniter assets helper cache busting feature, we are getting jaw dropping speed.
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> Of course there are only two images on the page, but even so the "in the blink of an eye" has already impressed a number of people.
> 
> Thank you, RunRev and Ralf Bitter!
> 
> Sivakatirswami
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