iOS UIWebView/MOBGui overlay question
maarten.koopmans at gmail.com
Sun Aug 28 07:43:58 EDT 2011
Though the SDKs for LC-iOS externals are currently not as stable(due to
Lion, Xcode), I suspect they will be soon. And then you create a navbar
external or so.
Still Cocoa/Objective-C but a whole lot less; with a bit of luck you can
find your nerdef code in a cookbook or on the web.
On Sunday, August 28, 2011, Ian Wood <revlist at azurevision.co.uk> wrote:
> On 28 Aug 2011, at 11:35, Maarten Koopmans wrote:
>> You can't make controls on top of a fullscreen UIWebView. You can make a
>> UIWebView that has limited size and put controls around it. In fact, one
>> the mobile examples in the iOS pack is a little web browser that does
> That's what I was afraid of, from previous experience with the desktop web
view. As a fullscreen web view is a necessity for the app I'm planning it's
time for either hacks or learning Cocoa from scratch. :-(
> One possible approach is to load everything within my own HTML page in an
iFrame and find out if I can layer a PNG over the sub-page but the problem
then is how to find out when it's been pressed - I can see how to talk to
catching browserLoadRequest with delayRequests set to true but that's going
to stop the sub-page loading in the first place.
> Anyone have any bright ideas?
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