Native Animation #20

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jonathannaguin opened this Issue May 2, 2012 · 2 comments

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Hi,

I've looked that the native animation is disabled by default. In the comments:

      "i believe there are issues with native anim at least on chrome for mac
       so i disabled the default native animation for now. should have a better look
       at this at some point."

Which problems? I've tested on my mac with the latest Google Chrome and I didn't notice any problem.

I really need the native animation because the performance in a UIWebView on iPad with non-native animations is very poor (I'm using large images).

Also, I want to question about the location of this statment:

if(endCallbackTimeout) {
    clearTimeout(endCallbackTimeout);
    endCallbackTimeout = null;
 }

If I use nativeanimation with an animateEndCallback this piece of code will cancel the execute of my callback.

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jaukia commented May 3, 2012

Thanks for the feedback! I fixed now the endCallbackTimeout, it might
not still be perfect but at least it is better :).

On the native animations, I've seen a bit of glitches here and there
and haven't had time to test the further. I don't remember what the
Chrome issue was so I changed now the comment. Most typical problem
with the native animations is that on many computers the graphics look
pixelated while zooming. So test this our on your browser/device and
if everything works ok, then great :).

If you have any further comments or feature ideas, let me know. Also,
if what you are making goes live at some point, it would be nice to
see the result and maybe link to it from the zoomooz site :).

-janne

On 2 May 2012 21:40, jonyfive
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wrote:

Hi,

I've looked that the native animation is disabled by default. In the comments:

         "i believe there are issues with native anim at least on chrome for mac
          so i disabled the default native animation for now. should have a better look
          at this at some point."

Which problems? I've tested on my mac with the latest Google Chrome and I didn't notice any problem.

I really need the native animation because the performance in a UIWebView on iPad with non-native animations is very poor (I'm using large images).

Also, I want to question about the location of this statment:

   if(endCallbackTimeout) {
           clearTimeout(endCallbackTimeout);
           endCallbackTimeout = null;
    }

If I use nativeanimation with an animateEndCallback this piece of code will cancel the execute of my callback.


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jaukia commented Feb 22, 2013

endCallbackTimeout was fixed so I'll close this.

@jaukia jaukia closed this Feb 22, 2013
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