@anderson ons-keyboard-inactive was for Onsen 1. There is not an equivalent that I am aware of. I would suspect you approach the use case differently in Onsen 2. What exactly are you trying to do? Are you wanting to hide a key on the keyboard?
For now, we have taken different approach. we are passing a callback function in data option while pushing page and calling it on back button if data gets changed to update specific part of data and UI.
I definitely feel with using FastClick and the other enhancements to webview (for Android at least), the hybrid apps are every bit as capable as native. I would draw the line for games like Hearthstone or such. I just do not think a webview could handle that load, but maybe it could. For 99% of the apps out there - especially data driven ones - hybrids are just as reliable and perform like their native brethren.
@qroft I just updated the example to use Material Design, I still can’t see the placeholder over the text. I’ve tried also setting value="test" attribute instead of modifying it on ons.ready and still works.
I mean, I understand it could happen because of how the float label is implemented, but I can’t actually reproduce it.
That’s what I was looking for. Missed the Cute Kitty example.
Re dotdotdot thought I’d seen a component example with long text shortened by ellipsis. Wondered how you were doing it and whether list__item__title did it automatically. I’ve been using jquery dotdotdot and forgot about the CSS.
but it only happen with geolocation am wondering why. i even try to join the variable together before posting it and then use the explode function to seperate it to put it into the db but dont work on the target device