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Victor Brunetti
Posted Dec 04 - Read on Facebook

Hi! n00b here - Is anyone having issues with framer and Android when trying to run Cemre Güngör's Framer Blog Post Demo ( I'm on a Samsung Galaxy Note II.

Even outside of this example, I've been trying to get simple touchmove, touchstrt, and touchend events to behave normally even writing the simplest of sketches with no luck.

The issue I've been having (repeatable every time) is that while dragging the view doesn't update - it just sticks there. And when you release, the touchend doesn't fire - the objects are just stuck there. You have to tap it again to fire the touchend.

As you can imagine, this makes issue makes this device completely unusable for demoing prototypes.

Apologies in advance if this is a dumb question, but if anyone has any advice, I'd greatly appreciate it!


Marcelo Eduardo Oliveira

Hi Victor, same here. Testing some simple scale animations don't work well on my HTC one.

I knew performance on the browser was not on par with iOS but using Framer. js shows even more difference.

I will have to try more, but it seems that the Android was not a fully tested platform on this case.

Masato Miura

This codepen example works well on my Samsung Galaxy S III with chrome beta browser.

Marcelo Eduardo Oliveira

Thanks Masato Brian Miura , maybe the beta is the answer (because machine power is there right?) :)

Victor Brunetti

Masato Brian Miura which codepen example are you referring to?

Victor Brunetti

gotcha - thanks. Still no good on Galaxy Note II with either the OEM browser ("Internet"), Chrome or Chrome Beta.

Masato Miura

Sorry my mistake, it doesn't work unless you put e.preventDefault();

Try here:

Fredrik Ampler

How do I set preventDefault() for all events (I want to disable scrolling outside my scrollViews)?

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