Joe Huang wrote:Not sure I understand, but is that a delay that could possibly be less? If so, maybe it could make sense to make this delay configurable?
... The ADF Mobile UI framework itself has a built in ~500ms delay to allow page transition animation to occur. ...
... it's controlled by the "transition" property of the control flow case. You can set it to none and this 500ms would go away. ...To try this, I added some control-flow-cases with the "transition" property set to "none" in the modified example application
Joe Huang wrote:and you previously wrote
... so I am confirming that the minimum time between page navigation would be around 500 ms to allow animation to happen ...
... You can set it to none and this 500ms would go away. ...which I was trying to accomplish in NavigationTimeMApp-v0.03.zip (navigationtimemapp-v0.03.apk)
... At the end of the day, mobile apps will need to get the data from the server ... This would occur regardless of the type of application you have. ...Some use-cases could require to request the data over the network the first time some page is shown, but would require to use cached data (on the client, maybe even in memory) on subsequent times that page is shown (navigated to) again, until explicitly refreshed by the user. For such use-cases some navigation (the second time to an already visited page) could benefit from a shorter delay.
I came across this thread looking for a different issue i have. When i tried to use a bean without any scope i am getting an error stating EL expression could not find the prefix and my page is not getting loaded. Can some one please explain is there any change i need to make in the amx page to use a bean without the scope? (I am using the name of the bean the one i have mentioned in my taskflow and the bean is having pageflow scope).
Please note that i installed v04 of NavigationTimeMApp and it is working fine without the scope prefix.
Let me know if i need to create a a different thread to ask this question.