I read that comment and I don't think they know what they are talking
about. It is very easy to build a cross-platform (iOS + Android) with
Apache Flex. There is very good support for touch screens and no, it is
not a drain on the battery.
Please try it out yourself so you can come to a conclusion of your own.
On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 12:01 PM, chris_flex <c...@christiankiefer.de> wrote:
> In the Adobe Air Forum I found that
> /Standard Flex components rely heavily on vector graphics and even a simple
> view with bunch of inactive components can make a average tablet/phone lag
> heavily (drop fps to near zero) without mentioning their lack of (complete)
> support for touch screens (and also the drain on battery will be noticed).
> Flex Apache does provide an answer to that with a specific set of
> for touch screens/mobile device but you'll have to make the switch yourself
> and modify some code. Anyway you'll have to run some tests./
> What may he mean with "lack of (complete) support for touch screens (and
> also the drain on battery will be noticed)"?
> Kind regards
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