First, congratulation for the success on iOS.
JS binding for iOS and Android are almost the same. They use the same JS engine, use the same JS binding codes.
So there are not big difference between them.
Yep, it is hard to debug on Android with NDK, but it is not caused by JS binding.
Of course, it is hard to debug js codes now, no matter on iOS or Android. But we are resolving this problem.
About JS samples, i haven’t met the problem you said. I can run them on HTC G10, i9100, Nexus X i9023, and SAMSUNG Galaxy Note II.
I don’t want to say JS binding can work on all Android devices, because there are too many types. What i want to say is that, JS binding
on Android is not so bad.
Draco, thank you for your feedback. I hope more developers can write feedback here.