Yay, it worked

Sometimes its the small things. I just got this simple message popping up in my Android Emulator, but it made me very happy: This is a message actually generated by JavaScript code, embedded in a .ccb file. Meaning that the scripting system has made its first steps to start working on Android as well. For non-programmers, it is probably not really understandable how much work it is just to get this little message up. But it was quite a lot of work, and now there is light at the end of the tunnel. Yay. :)

five comments, already:

That’s very exciting! Can’t wait to start using this within coppercube. I’m not really a programmer myself but this new system of yours will be the turning point for me.
Thanks for this.
Ed - 16 05 13 - 15:06

you know there are tools like Qt which work on android and ios?
They have also a javascript engine on board.
zack - 16 05 13 - 20:02

Amazing Niko. Thanks for all of your hard work.
mrmdesign - 17 05 13 - 15:05

@zack, yes, I didn’t implement my own JavaScript interpreter for sure. :) The hard part is to weave everything together with your extising framework.
niko - 18 05 13 - 08:16

do you mean you wrote the framework to do this, and no 3rd party or native existing in android to support this?
pots (link) - 29 05 13 - 02:19

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