These are chat archives for angular/material

20th
Jan 2016
Miloš Stanić
@MilosStanic
Jan 20 2016 11:56
is there a way to force browser to recalc element heights on ng-show/hide?
Miloš Stanić
@MilosStanic
Jan 20 2016 13:50
never mind, solved problem, it wasn't the recalc of height
Atishay
@atishaybaid
Jan 20 2016 17:30
md-card,image included in md-card fills the containers width,how to fix this?
tonyeung
@tonyeung
Jan 20 2016 17:31
step 1, post a codepen
Atishay
@atishaybaid
Jan 20 2016 17:50
@tonyeung issue resoved,if we dont use md-card-content then all images stretches to the container width
korya
@korya
Jan 20 2016 19:48
I've just tried to access https://material.angularjs.org/latest/ on mobile, and it just sucks. It is slow, the scroll lags, and much more. I've opened the github issues, and as far as I can see, the overall experience on mobile is terrible not just for me. Are there any plans to make the library work on mobile in near future?
tonyeung
@tonyeung
Jan 20 2016 20:39
@korya do other frameworks have good performance on mobile? AFAICT, if you want native performance on mobile right now, you either have to go native or have static html
korya
@korya
Jan 20 2016 21:41
@tonyeung it's not about native performance. I understand that mobile, at least android for sure, is very slow when it comes to js execution. But still there are a lot of web sites out there working pretty well. In fact our web site performs good enough on mobile with angular1, bootstrap and some more jquery plugins.
tonyeung
@tonyeung
Jan 20 2016 21:42
@korya oh i see now. Have you tried doing a comparison between a pure angular site and an angular material site? I have not tried this, yet.
korya
@korya
Jan 20 2016 21:44
Exactly. ng material experience on mobile is terrible. I understand that the project is young, and a stable version was released just a month ago. My question is what is the priority of this issue (performance on mobile) and are there any plans to improve it in near releases? for example, in next 3 month.
I just could not find any road map in the github repo
There are more than 1K issues on github, and it's really hard to see the big picture of the project
tonyeung
@tonyeung
Jan 20 2016 21:46
you should probably look at the issue tags and see if there are any relating to performance
i just use it, so i don't know what the devs have planned
korya
@korya
Jan 20 2016 21:46
do the devs hang out here sometimes?
tonyeung
@tonyeung
Jan 20 2016 21:47
I don't konw
korya
@korya
Jan 20 2016 21:47
OK, anyway thanks