Revolution 2.2 RC2
This is an integrated development environment for Mac OS, Unix, and Windows computers.
It supports cross-platform database access and advanced multimedia including Quicktime movies and virtual reality. Using the user interface layout tools and built-in Transcript programming language, developers can create standalone, double-clickable applications for any supported platform.
You use familiar WYSIWYG tools to lay out your user interface, then write the code that ties it all together. You can run and test your application right in the IDE. No matter what platform you use for development, a simple Preview command shows you how your application will look in Windows, Unix, or Mac OS. Finally, you can either release your application as a file distribution that runs in the freely downloadable Revolution runtime, or build true double-clickable applications for release on each platform you want to support.
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In this episode, we’re going to offer a few battery saving tips so your phone will last the whole day and beyond plus we’ll take a look at how copy and paste works on the Photon 4G. view it
The Motorola Photon from Ting features App Shortcuts and Widgets from Android and Motorola. view it