iOS Safari View Controller

Mike Kerner MikeKerner at roadrunner.com
Mon Jan 18 15:00:53 EST 2016


While we're at it, I would LOVE to be able to script a browser session from
within LC - fill fields, push buttons, hit links, etc.  Think of it as a
headless browser in LC.

On Mon, Jan 11, 2016 at 9:18 PM, hlowe <hlowe at me.com> wrote:

> OK, on further investigation the "launch url pAppURL" call is actually
> launching Safari and suspending my App. Returning to my app from the Safari
> Web view causes my app's splash screen to appear (as it is relaunched by
> iOS). It would be MUCH nicer to be able to open a Safari View within LC. As
> Monte says it should be trivial to implement.  This is how Apple now
> recommends viewing web content from within an iOS app and it also offers an
> elegant solution to the ATS issue that will eventually prevent viewing http
> sites within an app using LCs MobileControlCreate "browser" syntax.
>
> Henry
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