WebView level of support

by jniblack » Fri, 16 Apr 2010 20:27:44 GMT


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 I'm having a wide variety of issues with determining the JavaScript
and CSS level of support for the WebView. Is this documented any place
for both the 1.5 and 2.0.1 releases?

Thanks.

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WebView level of support

by Matt Kanninen » Sat, 17 Apr 2010 09:27:37 GMT


 Seconded. I myself am concerned about the level of Animated GIF
support, I expect that would be documented in the same place as the JS
docs.

You may want to check WURFL and the wml programming yahoo group, they
have been working on this problem for several years.  They focus on
describing the current behavior of live devices.  This forum is
probably a bit more focused on the direction of the platform, or the
behavior of different firmware versions (rather then specific
handsets).



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