I was dabbling with Ejecta as a wrapper for my game. I notice when I export it to certain i-devices I'll get black bars along the top and bottom. Previously, I published a game using Cocoon JS which exported everything at full screen. So, any i-device was taking advantage of the entire screen with my Cocoon exported app. I made my backgrounds bigger so it also work using Cocoon Js.
Using Ejecta it appears to force my app to align at center of the screen and fills in black bars top and bottom (my app is landscape oriented). I don't want the black bars and I would rather align top and left and play at fullscreen as what Cocoon appeared to do. Where can I edit this so Ejecta treats my project this same way? Is it in the info.plist using xcode? Or do I edit this in a .js file from Construct 2?
As a test, I also exported my current app with Cocoon, and it works the way I like, but performance is much better with Ejecta. I also exported to Adobe Phonegap. Phonegap experience was absolutely awful and crashes at loading screen.
So, balancing out the export options, Ejecta wins in performance, Cocoon wins as far "looking" the way I designed it.
I've looked at the tutorials, and looked through the forums. I didn't see this topic come up yet. I'm not a coder, so if you have any thoughts that are technical, it is appreciated if you explain like I'm 5.