Little impossibilities like this make mobile web apps perpetually less useful than native apps, and that sucks.
I agree that there are some issues with it (it crashes frequently enough that I care), but, overall, I've found, overall, it is much better.
Features I use daily:
* Pinboard current page
* ReadItLater current page
* Side-load to DropBox to pick up on my Mac
* Youtube inside the browser
* Ad filters
Your web application would have to be pretty damn good to get a user to go through that much effort in order to use it.
Quora's fantastic native editor is a contentEditable div and so the iPhone version has to do things completely differently which annoys me as a user.
It's the future of all editing and the only good present of rich text editing on the web.
It worked :)
It appeared to be a normal webpage, but as soon as I pressed in the middle of the paragraph, the keyboard sprung open and a frame surrounded the ContentEditable object.
BTW, the Aloha devs are willing to give exceptions to AGPL at least to open source projects.
Works completely on ipad. Finally!
Great news that webworkers are "working" :)
I'm sure we'll also get an update from Phoboslab and impactjs if there are any significant performance gains elsewhere for html5 graphics.
There is a step attribute. I don't know if they implemented that.