Node-webkit for ARM enviroment

  • If anybody is interested, and feel good to dig in, here are some links to go through, i've just found about this, and it seems interesting:

    Main issue on the nw git:

    https://github.com/rogerwang/node-webkit/issues/193

    compiled node-webkit on hardkernel odroid-x2 (cortex a9) as armhf binary.

    https://github.com/toxygen/armhf-node-webkit

    natively compiled on the pi:

    https://gist.github.com/albi90/6135922

    Cheers!

    edit: when i think about it, maybe this belongs to open topic section of the forum :/

  • Would love to know how it preforms on the Pi.

  • I've tested some c2 apps in chrome for pi on raspbian few months ago, it didn't do well. Back then, there was no webgl support so it was a showstopper.

    I have no idea what's current status on webgl support in chrome for pi. Also, i spent only hour or two setting up pi, so maybe my settings were wrong.

    Maybe somebody did tests on more recent chrome?

    if anybody wants me to run some C2 tests on pi, i have one in the office :)

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  • I've tested some c2 apps in chrome for pi on raspbian few months ago, it didn't do well. Back then, there was no webgl support so it was a showstopper.

    I have no idea what's current status on webgl support in chrome for pi. Also, i spent only hour or two setting up pi, so maybe my settings were wrong.

    Maybe somebody did tests on more recent chrome?

    if anybody wants me to run some C2 tests on pi, i have one in the office :)

    I love the Pi :D I have one with a webinterface running a climate controle and sprinkler system with a camera monitor, wifid :D

    Awesome stuff...

    but tying to desktop it .. yikes ...

    It will eat half the memory ...

    Then with roughly 256mb left, and a browser to start ... I can imagine you can only run small apps on it without lagg/performance annoyances.

    I think you can compare this to like having 3d options in construct 2 xD

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