HTML5 update: why it is slow?

Peter TB Brett peter.brett at livecode.com
Thu Jan 7 14:18:15 CET 2016


On 07/01/2016 11:59, Pierre Sahores wrote:
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>> Le 7 janv. 2016 à 03:56, Lyn Teyla <lyn.teyla at gmail.com> a écrit :
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>> Monte Goulding wrote:
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>>> Personally I’d rather you declare force majeure on wait for HTML5 and apply your considerable talents to implementing non-blocking versions of everything.
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>> Agreed. Won’t the planned improvements to networking include asynchronous communication in any case?
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>> If a stop-gap solution for HTTP request support is required, what about the suggestions listed at:
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>> http://stackoverflow.com/questions/16987080/whats-the-c-side-of-an-emscripten-xmlhttprequest-call

Doing a synchronous XMLHttpRequest isn't a totally insane idea and might 
be a decent temporary workaround.  Thanks Lyn -- I'll look into it.

> or what’s amazingly well minded and reliable on the lua, openresty/nginx and gideros side…

Since I'm not very well-versed in Lua programming, would you mind going 
into more detail about how the model used there and how you envisage it 
working in LiveCode Script?

                                     Peter


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