Searching for experiences with /Command /Pro and IOS
[1/4] from: rebolinth::nodep::dds::nl at: 12-Apr-2002 22:53
Hello All, I would like to know from people whom are using /Command /Pro or IOS what there experiences are, and if there expectations are fullfilled? I cant descide whether or not to buy /command or IOS or /pro yet... Where we...go.... (R)egards, Norman.
[2/4] from: morgenwe:optonline at: 12-Apr-2002 3:50
I am using the ODBC feature of command and the browser launch of pro ... do not use view .... wait for the document (the book?) [Rebolinth--nodep--dds--nl] wrote:
[3/4] from: greggirwin:mindspring at: 12-Apr-2002 22:55
Hi Norman, << I would like to know from people whom are using /Command /Pro or IOS what there experiences are, and if there expectations are fullfilled? >> I have /Pro and convinced a client to get IOS. Get the one that has the features you need. I haven't had a need for /Command yet, but may. IOS is *so* much more that it's hard to compare it with the others. This client's project *needed* IOS. It saved me from building a complete infrastructure that would have been far inferior to IOS no matter what tools I used to build it. It's not perfect, nothing is, but it's pretty incredible. --Gregg
[4/4] from: gawain:macmillan:juwimm at: 13-Apr-2002 13:00
> I would like to know from people whom are using /Command /Pro or IOS > what there experiences are, and if there expectations are fullfilled?
My experience is good. I think all RT products are worth their money. From the free cross-platform scripting to the distributed desktop. It depends on what you want to do and what you are expecting :-) If you are looking for a programmers Valhalla then you already have it in core. If you (also) code for a living and write custom-apps and services (maybe OS-specific) and install it on your customers machines, then you owe RT money. To develop you need a copy anyway. IOS is a client/server and/or peer2peer product that embraces many good concepts amongst the hype of .NET, JAVA. I'm expecting a much more intelligent internet in the future and so expect IOS to aid us in making collaboration solutions in a specific market.
> I cant descide whether or not to buy /command or IOS or /pro yet...
I decided to go for it ...hesitate not a moment...no time to lose ... lifes sucks and then you die...heehee...
> Where we...go....
to a bank or other credit supplier? Good luck to you. arra best, Gawain.