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    Hi,
    are WebSockets available in an app packaged for the desktop? Or in general: Is there a page showing what is not available in contrast to a desktop-browser. Typically things like eval() are not possible in a desktop environment.

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    are WebSockets available in an app packaged for the desktop? Or in general: Is there a page showing what is not available in contrast to a desktop-browser. Typically things like eval() are not possible in a desktop environment.
    WebSockets are enabled yes. And I'm not sure what you mean by eval() not being possible...? It should be possible, unless you're running your JavaScript in strict mode.

    We do need to create a document some place with all of the features (and/or differences) from the standard browser. As of right now we do not have this, but we'll work on it. For now we say that Desktop Packager 1.1 is very similar in feature parity with Google Chrome 22. Here is our html5test.com score on Windows.

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    Quote Originally Posted by s.neu View Post
    Hi,
    are WebSockets available in an app packaged for the desktop? Or in general: Is there a page showing what is not available in contrast to a desktop-browser. Typically things like eval() are not possible in a desktop environment.
    WebSockets are enabled yes. And I'm not sure what you mean by eval() not being possible...? It should be possible, unless you're running your JavaScript in strict mode.

    We do need to create a document some place with all of the features (and/or differences) from the standard browser. As of right now we do not have this, but we'll work on it. For now we say that Desktop Packager 1.1 is very similar in feature parity with Google Chrome 22. Here is our html5test.com score on Windows.

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    Hmm, the uploaded image is incredibly unhelpful. Here is a different link in full resolution: https://dl.dropbox.com/u/12081268/HT...re_Windows.png

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    Thanks for clearing this up.

    Quote Originally Posted by jarrednicholls View Post
    I'm not sure what you mean by eval() not being possible...?
    In solutions like Adobe AIR or Chrome Packaged Apps (Manifest V2) anything that allows to execute code from a string is not possible for security reasons. This is a big problem for template engines as nearly all of them are using
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