I am no longer an Apple developer

Dalton Calford dalton.calford at gmail.com
Wed Jul 3 11:38:16 EDT 2019


Hi Alain,

I am not a Livecode HTML developer, although I am quite knowledgeable about
html 5.    I know many different ways to optimize web sites including the
use of progressive jpeg, setting up and using a cdn, file compression
types/implementations etc.

As I don't know how livecode's HTML is generated, I don't know how much use
I may be to you.

best regards

Dalton

On Wed, 3 Jul 2019 at 11:30, Alain Vezina via use-livecode <
use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:

> Since the first of July, I have managed to get out of Apple's clutches.
> Since 2008, I have released eight applications for Mac, iPad and iPhone. I
> worked hard to meet Apple's many requirements, which changed far too often,
> not to mention the iOS system changes. The last one, 12.x, made all my
> applications no longer work on an iPad or iPhone.
>
> Now I am working hard to ensure that these applications can be used via a
> browser using HTML5 from LiveCode. Unfortunately, I am delayed by bugs and
> a lack of clear documentation.
>
> For example, I would like to know which folders or files I need to
> compress with gZip to make the download faster. If some of you are experts
> in HTML5, I would like to know them; maybe we could form a self-help club...
>
> Alain Vezina
> Logilague
>
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