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does your technique work well for mobile browsers too?

Dave MacLean
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Joined: May 10, 2011
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Have you tested web workers with the major mobile browsers, such as the stock Android browser, or Mobile Safari? I'd be worried about those browsers running out of memory, or lacking the horsepower to perform background tasks. Thank you.

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Ido Green
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Joined: Jul 27, 2010
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I've only tested it on"Chrome for Android" and it is working great.
It should also work on mobile safari iOS 5.0+

The set of tests I used are from my book
and you can find them on github: http://greenido.github.com/Web-Workers-Examples-/

 
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