Runtime Revolution 4.0 Offers New Web-authoring Option
Developers working within Revolution can create desktop applications and convert them into revLets--standalone Web apps that require no prior knowledge of HTML or other Web standards. A revLet can vary in size and power, ranging from a simple banner or survey to a full-fledged multimedia presentation, game, or database frontend.
There's just one catch: End users are required to download a plugin before their browsers will run revLets.
Built on the legacy of Apple's venerable
Revolution comes in three flavors with varying sets of features: revEnterprise ($499), revStudio ($299), and revMedia (free).