Ion nad graphite

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  1. Keen
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    Mar 2013

    Posted 27 May 2013 Link to this post


    Hi Telerik Team,

        Before anything else, you are so good guys for creating Icenium and I claimed that in the future it will be famous in the market.

    I just have some questions, I'm currently running the apps in my ipad mini using Ion at Mist and also I first worked in graphite. But I faced some problems. Here's the following
    1. When in graphte simulator everything is fine and look perfect but when Im running in Ion, there are some changes (more on design) that exist. Is this a bug or not?
    2. Is the performance is Ion is same as the actual application? because Im facing slow movement (most of the time), Im afraid that it will be same as the actual apps performace. 
    3. When iOS keyboard is shown , all my design was change. my header goes up or sometimes down. unlike when Im running in graphte it looks ok.

    I hope for a nice response. Im the one who is evaluating the Icenium in our company. 

    Thanks
    Keen
  2. Steve
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    Posted 28 May 2013 Link to this post

    Hello Keen,

    Thank you for your kind words and we sincerely hope that you prophecy would come true :) To answer your questions:
    1. Differences in the look of your app are possible, as the simulator (as the name suggests) only mimics the web environment and cordova, it does not guarantee a 100% one to one look & feel i.e. it is not an emulator.
    2. The performance of your app in Ion compared to published app performance would be the same. You should try to identify the culprit and eliminate it e.g. if you show large amounts of data, try limiting it by enabling ondemand features, paging etc.
    3. This is the default behavior of the keyboard in UIWebView, while in the simulator there is no keyboard shown at all. Whether the keyboard pushes the UIWebView or not can be controlled, but this setting is not exposed in Icenium at this time.

    Regards,
    Steve
    Telerik

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