It includes a pre-built application shell plus all the interface widgets ready-made, in a native look and feel for each of the major operating systems. Revolution allows you to design your application starting with the interface and then adding functionality.
Scripts can be dropped straight into the interface objects that trigger them, or anywhere along the preset message paths. Transcript's debugging and tracing tools allow you to see what happens when your code executes. Revolution allows you to create standalone applications for any of the major platforms - Windows, Linux, Unix, Mac OS X and Classic.
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