Unanswered: Basic 2-page tab-bar... why is there input lag?
I created a simple two-page tab-bar based little app by following the getting started guide.. from what I am reading, all of the data is loaded in immediately (for both tabs).
However.. there is about a ~800ms lag time between touching a button, and it actually performing the touch.
What is this lag and how can I avoid it?
Since I loaded the entire UI + data at the beginning, shouldn't there be ~0ms of lag between when I push/click a tab-bar button, and the tab-switch animation starting?
Are there some deeper options I need to dive into? Something related to running the app offline?
AFAIK, This lag comes from ST2 using "clicked" event instead of a faster/native "touchdown" event.
Is there any way to change the events used or is this something out of our control? I can understand some circumstances where click would be good, but in this case, I really want immediate speed..
I just wanted to ask the same question. Is there any way to remove this input lag? For the normal web there's a library called "fastclick". I'll give it a try tomorrow, but the question persists:
Is there any way to reduce this input lag in sencha? It reduces the user experience by a huge amount compared to native apps.