I cannot say if it is your implementation or not but under certain circumstances Corona Remote can slow your application down if the network connection is not ideal.
Please have a read of http://www.coronaremote.com/#support
You can also try the setting
remote.startServer( "8080" , "slow" )
Basically as the remote runs in Corona it needs a certain amount of time to connect to the iPhone and get the latest values. On a fast network this shouldn’t be noticeable. On a slower network Corona has to wait for the transmission to complete so if it is interrupted or has lag Corona will pause for a brief moment.
The ‘fast’ setting tells Corona not to wait for the iPhone, the ‘slow’ setting tells Corona to wait 0.001 seconds. This is different from the lag where Corona is forced to wait for the transmissionto complete but ive found the settings can help on different networks.
Please also ensure your network is not being used for other traffic while using the remote. For instance streaming radio, downloading or a backup process will all slow down the remote.
From my extensive testing ive found that it is the iPhone that needs the strongest wifi connection possible. If im across the other side of the office to the network box I can demonstrate slowdown. But by positioning both my laptop and iPhone in the same room as the box I have no issues.
You can also download the Remote Demo and see if that slows down / jumps as it is ideal for testing the network. http://www.coronaremote.com/downloads/Remote%20Demo.zip
I have done screen recording without issue with the remote but I apologise if you are unable to get idea results. I intended this as an aid in development, it will not slow down your final app.
As a note the iPhone sends the accelerometer values 15 times a second ( it was 30 in testing ) so as to not hold up your app. I have been able to achieve 30 times a second on a n network.
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