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Links to other Metacard and Revolution Web-Sites

Runtime Revolution Embassy

Runtime Revolution Embassy is a portal for developers using Runtime Revolution, with downloadable tools, articles, and links to other helpful resources.

Runtime Revolution Web Ring

A web ring about Runtime Revolution.


Alan Golub's excellent online magazine devoted to Runtime Revolution, including news, tutorials, and more.

Deutsches Revolution Board


Sons of Thunder Software

STS is focused on providing consulting, stackware conversion and custom application development services. We also provide resources, downloads, tips and tricks to Runtime Revolution developers.

HyperActive Software

Articles, applications, and other resources from one of the worlds' most experienced xTalkers.

The Rinaldi XCMD Collection

Home of the worldwide known Rinaldi Collection (since 1989), with over 200 first rate freeware XCMD and XFCN to download, fully documented and supported by the author (also known as the XCMD Factory)

Altuit RunRev Site

Chipp Walters' site devoted to exploring Runtime Revolution and MetaCard scripting and application building.

MindLube Software

Alex Rice's Rev page is home to RevCLIPS, RevZeroConfig, and other really valuable tools for developing advanced applications with Runtime Revolution.

RunRev Code by Shao Sean

Source code, objects and snippets for free use by any Runtime Revolution/MetaCard developer.

The Flexible Learning Company

Tremendous collection of tools and examples for Runtime Revolution developers, including the powerful Scripter's Scrapbook.

Serendipity Software

The Serendipity Library includes all the tools needed to create user-translatable applications in Runtime Revolution® and MetaCard®.

Project Sinergy

Andre Alves Garzia's Weblog featuring XML-RPC stack, Register & Preferences Stack, and more.

Runtime Revolution and REALbasic: A Comparison

In-depth comparison by Geoff Canyon of Inspired Logic.

XTalk Access Collection

A contribution to the growing XTalk community of professional, hobbyist and novice scripters. It is meant to be "non-political" with the view that all XTalk scripters are valid, irrespective of their choice of program or platform.

Sweat Technologies

Numerous libraries and other utilities, including libXMLText, libCursor, libColor, and more.

Tactile Media

Scott Rossi's very inspiring collection of downloadable games and tutorials.

Sarah's Revolution Page

A collection of utility stacks provided as unlocked project files, so scripters can poke around and see how they work.

Richmond Mathewson's Stack Files Archive

Really cool collection of useful examples and utilities and one of the fastest-growing collections, with new files added at least weekly.


Library stack which has several functions and handlers for array manipulation, matrix algebra and inversion, date/time conversion, and statistical and multivariate analysis (including a permutation test, bootstrapping, combinatorial routines, and some dissimilarity measures).

Materials for Stata, MetaCard, and Revolution

Graph and table objects that MetaCard and Runtime Revolution programmers can use to facilitate line graphs, scatter plots, tables, and spreadsheets. These objects are easy to paste into any MetaCard or Revolution project, and the file includes extensive documentation and examples.


Klaus Major's collection of Runtime Revolution tools. Some very nifty stuff there.

Rev List Search

Another way to search the Runtime Revolution discussion list archives. The "Extended Form" option is very flexible and powerful. Brought to you by Alex Rice.

Stacks and Pieces of Code for Runtime Revolution

Alejandro Tejada Capellan 's fine collection of Runtime Revolution examples


An excellent news resource for developers