ps vita config html 5

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Post » Thu Jun 21, 2012 4:29 am

[QUOTE=Ashley] HTML5test.com doesn't test performance at all, as far as I know. So a device could score higher but be too slow to use.

Does anyone have a PS Vita? Have they tried to test performance? This is my standard performance test now since it gives a pretty representative score: http://www.scirra.com/labs/sbperf/[/QUOTE]

I just got a PS Vita today and haven't even unpacked it. I'll run some tests and get back to you. I also have a Nintendo 3DS. It would be really great to run HTML5 games on either or both of them!

In particular the 3DS is really picking up and having a lot of cool downloadable games!
Check out my HTML5 Firefox OS Game Programming and Game Playing blog at http://firefoxosgaming.blogspot.com/ and my book on Amazon at http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IZUYIGO. I wrote a newer post on using Construct for Firefox OS at http://firefoxosgaming.blogspot.com/201 ... -game.html.
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Post » Thu Jun 21, 2012 8:37 am

@jn2002dk
without using native PS Vita access to feature the perfs will be poor ... as for a iphone in fact ... so it's not a C2/Scirra problem ! ... it's more to some product as cocoonjs/Ludei to give access to these features and not to C2/Scirra.
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Post » Thu Jun 21, 2012 11:41 am

[QUOTE=naelian] @jn2002dk
without using native PS Vita access to feature the perfs will be poor ... as for a iphone in fact ... so it's not a C2/Scirra problem ! ... it's more to some product as cocoonjs/Ludei to give access to these features and not to C2/Scirra.[/QUOTE]
Never said it was a C2 issue...

Just stating the result of my test. HTML5 performance is poor on the vita or at least it was 2 months ago
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Post » Thu Jun 21, 2012 1:00 pm

@jn2002dk it was not a accusation, i just think HTML5 perfs on PS VITA will stay poor as you say before. As for iOS/Android the answer to this problem "can" come from specific product such as cocoonjs but if sony want to give a future to html5 on PS VITA they have to work better too.

So just to say that i think scirra team will never put time in specific PS VITA export features and i really don't wait for them to do so !
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Post » Thu Jun 21, 2012 1:13 pm

@naelian

Ahh right
Yea, i agree with you

While mobiles will certainly get up to speed fast i doubt nintendo and sony are really focusing on HTML5 performance on their current handsets
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