Er, Android 2.3.7 ... D'oh!

On Nov 18, 9:43 pm, "joe t." <thooke...@gmail.com> wrote:
> i may have the wrong impression, but my tinkering on scripty's demo
> page has been...unimpressive. i'm using Android 2.4 & so far, hardly
> any of the mobile/touch demos work. In fact, from the touch-demo page:
>
> "These demos are optimized for the Starlight browser, iPhone Safari
> 3+, Desktop Safari 4+ and Firefox 3.5+. Support for IE is incomplete
> at this time.
>
> The scripty2 multitouch support is not final, it's a alpha-stage
> implementation. This means there's several restrictions and known bugs
> that prevents it from being used in a production environment."
>
> Honestly, i don't think Prototype has been active enough to warrant a
> mobile version. There are several recent threads that discuss
> Prototype's current status & future. To my knowledge (which comes
> mainly from observation of this group), there's not much call for a
> mobile Prototype. Scripty looks like the best bet, and its development
> cycle is pretty slow. Which isn't a knock against the people involved.
> Life is life, right?
>
> Hope that informs, as i'm sure it hardly helps. ;)
> -joe t.
>
> On Nov 18, 6:31 pm, Jimmy Brake <isu...@gmail.com> wrote:
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> > Hi,
>
> > Does anyone know of a lib that can extend Prototype so it's like sencha
> > touch, jquery.mobile or has anyone been using scripty in production?
>
> > I presently only need to support ipad's. However over time I plan on
> > supporting all smart phones and tablets.
>
> > Thanks,
>
> > Jimmy

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