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dlr1
@dlr1
@galvesribeiro btw, the drop event seems to fire after a full sec or 2 after I drop
Gutemberg Ribeiro
@galvesribeiro
If the 2 later isnt something that the team would deal, would be good to have an issue with the description of what should be achieved and let the community work on it.
Daniel Roth
@danroth27
@AWulkan We've been collecting data on that issue. We have been discussing whether we should try to tackle that one for 0.5.
Eiler Poulsen
@Microhive
Is it a known issues that Blazor 0.3 applications crash on iPads? It works perfect for 2 seconds, boom, crash
Rockford Lhotka
@rockfordlhotka
Hola amigo
Robin Sue
@Suchiman
@Microhive yes
@Microhive safari has a wasm bug that kills the browser
so far apple doesn't seem to care much
Daniel Roth
@danroth27
@migueldeicaza Any thoughts on how to get Apple to fix their WebAssembly issues?
Eiler Poulsen
@Microhive
@Suchiman ah, that is unfortunate. I have been working on a D&D Dungeon Master tool using Blazor that I specifically wanted to use on my iPad
Miguel de Icaza
@migueldeicaza
I believe we are talking to them today
Miguel de Icaza
@migueldeicaza
We mentioned that this is an expooitable security hole :wink:
Robin Sue
@Suchiman
:smile:
Miguel de Icaza
@migueldeicaza
(I asked my team to meet in person with Apple yesterday at dub dub duck)
yowl
@yowl
dub dub duck? Sounds like somewhere you'd meet Homer Simpson
Eiler Poulsen
@Microhive
@danroth27 personally I would like more work done on the templates. Like, a standard Blazor solution that uses SignalR and Identity. This will make it easier for more users to attempt to prototype their applications using Blazor
Daniel Roth
@danroth27
That's great to hear. Let us know if there's anything we can do to help out with that conversation. I'm sure the Blazor community would be happy to express their support for getting that issue addressed.
Andy Heimdahl
@andoband
@Microhive Cool! Can you install Firefox or Chrome on your iPad?
Jérôme Laban
@jeromelaban
@migueldeicaza fixing that issue will help a great deal :) I hope you get to convince them!
Daniel Roth
@danroth27
@migueldeicaza There's also been quite a bit of discussion in this forum about performance of Mono on WebAssembly. Any thoughts/updates to share with folks on that front?
Eiler Poulsen
@Microhive
@andoband yep! I tried my Blazor application on the Firefox browser but had the same issue. I think all browsers on iPad use the same webkit engine as Safari so no luck there :(
@danroth27 awesome
Robin Sue
@Suchiman
@andoband yeah... although you're not allowed to use your own browser engine, you have to stick to the system provided webkit
Miguel de Icaza
@migueldeicaza
We are working on it
What happened is this
The interpreter is using “emscripten” that has a fairly complete libc that we can rely on
And our AOT engine was built on pure LLVM, which requires from us to write the full libc
The latter is the ideal place, because we get native linkers and immedite llvm support and so on
But woudl send us down the path of having to write that libc
So for the short term, we are moving to emscripten the AOT compiler, make sure that we keepthe compatibility
The downside though is that the emscripten tooling is older, so many of the better pieces like the LLVM linker are not aavilable
So we are working through those things
Basically, we had something done, but we had to start from scratch to work with what we have without forving us to write and emulate everything on our own
We could have attempted to blend those two, but that is also a major effort
So we think we can do emscripten for now via some artful hacks here and there
@U547214S3 can coorect me if I am wrong
Robin Sue
@Suchiman
@migueldeicaza ouch, dropping emscripten also means dropping asm.js fallback right?
Azevedo
@joseazevedo
Guys, any ideia on how a Wasm app will be indexed by search engines ? SEO...
masonwheeler
@masonwheeler
yeah, has anyone talked with Google about that?
Jérôme Laban
@jeromelaban
@migueldeicaza Thanks for the details !
Mark Dickinson
@msdickinson
Do we have any idea of what the performance may look like with the long term route running .net in web assembly vs native?
Miguel de Icaza
@migueldeicaza
We are not dropping it, we are going there
that said, why would you want asm.js
Jérôme Laban
@jeromelaban
IE :) still lots of enterprises running that...
We've got quite a bit of customer that ask for that scenario, particularly for STBs
yowl
@yowl
Sadly true, I was in one in NYC that had Win7
Daniel Roth
@danroth27
STBs? Set-top boxes?
Jérôme Laban
@jeromelaban
yes, dell is building quite a few of those
Daniel Roth
@danroth27
Here's what we've got in the Blazor 0.5.0 milestone so far: https://github.com/aspnet/Blazor/milestone/8