Ionic and small physics engine


#1

Hi,

does anybody have some experience using some (small) JS physics engine with ionic? Or using such physics engine on mobiles at all?

I actually need just a very limited kind of engine, supporting giving some object a velocity (and maybe add another “velocity/force” from e.g. a side) and some simple collission detection (does object A hit object B or C while moving).

So far I did not find anything which looks like this could easily work well on mobiles.
Any ideas?

Greetings


#2

That’s my experience too. I would love to be wrong. But I think you might need native programming.


#3

I just found http://brm.io/matter-js/ Maybe this could work… Did anybody test that? Mobile demo: http://brm.io/matter-js-mobile/