|Mar 7, 2009, 05:56 PM||#1|
I'm developing for iphone and android using phonegap. ( http://phonegap.com )
back and forth, because i need certain obj-c code to do effects when a user has
clicked on a certain html element.
what i found out so far is that the method of using
document.location="gap:commandarams" for executing native code from
has anyone made any *different experiences?
is there some way to speed this technique up in a serious way?
my 2nd approach is to "inject" a JS object und funcs from obj-c
an JS array
and read that data back form obj-c via [self performSelector:@selector
as described here in the 1st comment:
this works a lot better, but still is not as fast as i would like it
does this technique has some serious drawbacks?
is there any better way to this kind of javscriptEvent->objc bridging?
is there any way to generally boost JS performance on the iphone?
your help is much appreciated!
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