Please limit submissions to this category to sites that provide interactive online discussion.Sites that include bulletin boards, discussion groups, and message boards about REBOL.
Blogs relating to REBOL should generally be submitted to Computers: Programming: Languages: REBOL: Articles.
Links to information about using and developing database functionality in REBOL.Database functionality in REBOL is constantly improving, with native implementations and interfaces to existing database systems now available. This category contains links to information about doing database stuff in REBOL.
Links to information about REBOL Dialects should be submitted here, except for the Visual Interface Dialect which should be submitted under the REBOL/View category.REBOL Dialects are mini languages that are not handled by the normal REBOL interpreter, but by an interpreter written in REBOL. This allows programmers to write very efficient solutions for specific problems. The most prominent example is the Visual Interface Dialect included with REBOL/View. Note that "dialect" has a specific meaning in REBOL - it does not refer to dialects in the same sense that C++ is a dialect of C or that VisualBasoc is a dialect of BASIC.
Please submit sites containing undocumented or advanced scripts to the Computers: Programming: Languages: REBOL: Scripts category.FAQs, Help and tutorials about various aspects of the REBOL programming language. FAQs are collections of (F)requently (A)sked (Q)uestions along with their answers.
Please submit only articles that are about REBOL in general to this category.Articles, papers and reviews of the REBOL language on the online press and by independent authors are listed here.
Tutorial-style articles should be submitted to Computers: Programming: Languages: REBOL:FAQs, Help, and Tutorials.
Articles about REBOL/View should be submitted to the Computers: Programming: Languages: REBOL: View category.
Books and manuals belong under Computers: Programming: Languages: REBOL: Books.
Profiles of Carl Sassenrath should be submitted to Computers: Programming: Languages: REBOL: Sassenrath, Carl.
Please submit only sites relating to the graphics capabilities of REBOL/View.REBOL/View is a superset of the original REBOL/Core language. It is suited for creating visual content such as graphical user interfaces and other graphics effects. According to Carl Sassenrath, it "... unites a clean method of graphical layering, compositing, and processing with the expressive leverage of dialecting. With it you create content and applications with as few lines as you accomplish other REBOL tasks such as networking. The GUI dialect allows your code to be descriptive and easy to read. In fact, it's much easier and more readable than HTML. When you combine this GUI with REBOL networking, you get a result that I enjoy calling the "World Wide Reb"."
Balanced reviews and anti-REBOL diatribes are welcome here.Critiques of REBOL, especially from those who don't count themselves REBOL users.
Flowing bouquets by REBOL converts should be submitted to Computers: Programming: Languages: REBOL or Computers: Programming: Languages: REBOL: Articles
Items submitted here should be mostly by or about Carl Sassenrath. Sites about REBOL generally should be submitted under Computers/Programming/Languages/REBOLCarl Sassenrath, Architect of Operating Systems and Languages is the inventor of REBOL.
Please submit only sites that provide access to scripts, not to scripts themselves. General information about REBOL should be listed under Computers: Programming: Languages: REBOL.An archive that contains links to REBOL scripts.
Articles that provide scripts with substantial explanation should be submitted to Computers: Programming: Languages: REBOL: FAQs, Help, and Tutorials.
Links to information about using REBOL for web publishing should be submitted here.With its built-in network protocols and powerful text processing capabilities, REBOL is perfect for web applications both on the server side and the client side. This category includes links to information and scripts that show REBOL in use for publishing to the World Wide Web.