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  1. arcadesindo

    Any Cocoon.io Alternatives?

    Hello, as we know, Cocoon.io seems like so much slowly updated and might be closed, maybe. 😕 I've tried to use Phonegap, Cordova CLI, and even Monaca.io. But neither them don't easiable use like cocoon.io do. Does any of you guys have alternative for us? Thank you~
  2. Hi guys, just read that Facebook launched compiler to build native iOS apps from JavaScript. Looks like Android apps will follow soon. http://thenextweb.com/dd/2015/03/26/react-native-which-allows-you-to-build-native-ios-and-android-apps-with-javascript-opens-to-all/ The project is under BSD license and available in github https://github.com/facebook/react-native Have anybody tried this and what are your thoughts? Can this compete with CocoonJS?
  3. Hello, I have recently started an open source project called "Dopple". Dopple is a native compiler for JavaScript that outputs C code (later, it will output LLVM as well). The idea is to analyze JavaScript as a static language with dynamic typing. Thus, evaluation and runtime code changes are not possible (or at least, not without a JIT compilation layer). I started this project as I didn’t see any advances in this field: only a handful of wrappers are available and some of them are closed source. Even if JavaScript is relatively fast, drawing with it isn’t. Also, memory constraints are hard to meet in some instances. For example, on mobiles, we often only have about 50MB RAM at our disposal, if we want our apps to be stable. This limits the portability of HTML5 to only small apps on mobile platforms. Example from PasteBin I would love to hear opinions about this project! I will keep you posted on my progress as well. GitHub, Twitter Best, Arthur