And if so…Care to share how you did it?
Some background for the uninitiated: Cordova on Android 2.3 all the way up to Android 4.3 uses the stock Android browser to display apps. These browsers offer varying levels of compatibility and speed with modern websites- leading to a ton of debugging of Ionic apps built for older Android platforms. By using a library such as Crosswalk or Android ChromeView you’re running your app within an up to date version of Chrome, without the user having to have Chrome installed as an app on their phone. This, from what I have gathered tremendously improves speed and cuts down on issues such as taps and gestures not registering.
So I’ve read a couple of people have implemented it in their projects. I think it would be tremendously helpful for the whole community (as well as cutting down on the number of bug reports for the devs) if we could have some easy to follow steps on how to integrate this within our existing projects.
Anyone who was successful care to share?