Realbasic on the web without plugins

Keith Clarke keith.clarke at clarkeandclarke.co.uk
Thu Sep 22 06:44:02 EDT 2011


Thanks for the sense-check Pierre - good to know that the concept isn't pure fantasy! :-) 

Yes, there is some complexity, but given what the RunRev team are achieving with the engine, iOS and Android ports and LiveCode Server, I'm certain that they could solve this - given the appropriate awareness, appetite, capacity and business case to act.

My point is that RunRev wouldn't necessarily need to sell-off the family silver to fund development of a basic, useful, standards-based web deployment toolkit - one that wouldn't take forever to realise. 
Best
Keith..
 
On 22 Sep 2011, at 11:18, Pierre Sahores wrote:

> Keith,
> 
> Le 22 sept. 2011 à 09:56, Keith Clarke a écrit :
> 
>> Obviously, any technical architect reading the above will realise that I've no idea what I'm talking about ;-) 
> 
> The only constraint to get in mind to achieve your proposal in a clean and rock-solid way is that the "stack's to html+dom+js+css" translated component will by definition become a multi-users application and this is what makes this project a little more complex - but full doable ! - task than just having simple stack's cards converted to html+dom+js+css widgets.
>> 
>> However, this it seems less than impossible - and with a modular KISS approach, some aspects seem relatively easy (at least to state the requirements!) 
>> 
>> But even if it isn't easy, if RunRev don't grasp the nettle on this, developers who must deploy standards-based rich apps into cloud and locked-down Enterprise environments will be forced elsewhere, which would be a shame.
> 
> Again, this project is suitable in using LC to build the needed framework but this will need some time and invests to achieve the project in the needed professional-grade way.
> 
>> Best,
>> Keith..     
> 
> Best,
> --
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