Layers in PBrowser
e.beugelaar at me.com
Thu Aug 27 16:07:30 EDT 2020
In my opinion the only HTML5 visual development tool which comes close to cross-platform development dealing with a solid rendering is Sencha Touch (Architect) but you need to learn ExtAngular or ExtReact and
It is pricey. And every tool has his pros and cons so also this one.
Just my two cents in this difficult thread.
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Sent: zaterdag 15 augustus 2020 17:03
To: Pi Digital via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com>
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Subject: Re: Layers in PBrowser
I'm exploring these, cause it runs also on muliple platform, though there we're not as spoiled as with Livecode, but I guess most things are in your own hand then.
First thing i see is the almost instantly change you get to see on for example the Android Emulator. So it's more a website which one writes and runs almost everywhere with some extra functions.
Op 15-8-2020 om 09:49 schreef Pi Digital via use-livecode:
> I give up :(
>>> On 15 Aug 2020, at 08:41, Pi Digital <sean at pidigital.co.uk> wrote:
>>> What make you say I will? iChat reason for I have to Trust what you say. There is NO WAY there have been no bugs in the software unless it’s perfect. The fact there is only 16 bugs listed under LCFM tells a massive story that no one is effing using it. The forums are empty other than people on the FM one saying it’s not worth bothering with - unless you can point me to crap load that says otherwise There is NO WAY that people are using it and not asking question about how to use it unless ALL ATTENTION of the LC team has been drawn away to it to the detriment of everyone else in this community meaning that the other things have effectively become abandonware. There is literally No Evidence to back up your optimistic claims of fortitude. PLEASE prove me wrong, I beg of you! Heather has done a shed load of Blog posts on the LCFM site and NOTHING on the standard LC site! HTML5 Deployment, which i am completely dependent on except for a few other little projects here and there, is simply not being worked on despite several reassurances from the mothership it ‘would’ be worked on. PLEASE, prove me wrong!! Because at the moment it has left me REALLY peaved off that the only thing they have fixed is the frikin delete key when none of the other modifier keys, arrow keys, escape key, copy paste, or other simple tings have been done. In over six months since I was sat at a table with Ian from LC and literally showed him face to face the issues with it.
>>> With respect, from experience, anyone who says ‘some day you will’ is full of crap (like some 3yr old shaking his fist at you)! Empty words. Show me the evidence. I’ve dug deep and find nothing.
>>> Sean Cole
>>> Pi Digital Productions Ltd
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>>>>>> On 15 Aug 2020, at 04:45, J. Landman Gay via use-livecode <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
>>>> On August 14, 2020 8:10:59 PM "Sean Cole \(Pi\) via use-livecode" <use-livecode at lists.runrev.com> wrote:
>>>>> Oh, just to summarize the issue:
>>>> I'd hardly call 16 bugs "abandonware". They've fixed far more than that. LCFM is important. I know you don't believe it, but some day I think you will.
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