TouchScroll, a Scrolling Layer for WebKit Mobile

David Aurelio:

Here it is: TouchScroll, our scrolling layer for WebKit Mobile. It is JavaScript/CSS 3 based and allows for fixed elements like headers and toolbars on web pages when viewed on the iPhone or on Android. It works on the iPad, too. Check out the demo (short URL: to see it in action — it works in Desktop Safari (at least kind of) or WebKit Nightly (very good), but I recommend you have a look at it on your iPhone, iPad, or Android based device.

Very impressive. Feels like native Cocoa Touch scrolling. (Performance is acceptable, but not great, on Android.)

Wednesday, 28 April 2010