kandi X-RAY | WebViewDemo Summary
kandi X-RAY | WebViewDemo Summary
A demo project for showing how to use WebViews in Android.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Set text in the HTML page
- Formats a script with parameters
- Initializes the activity
- Initializes the web view
- Override this to handle the error when the web resource is received
- Overrides the default implementation to handle errors
- Called when the webView has finished
- Called when the webView has started
- Override this method to handle when the webView error has occurred
- Handles a message
WebViewDemo Key Features
WebViewDemo Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on WebViewDemo
I want to generate multiple apk with single build. all apk with different server URL.
The application is like loading webview, and the URL used for webview is different for all generated apk.
For example, apk 1 webview is loading url like
apk 2 webview is loading url like
Something like this. Difference between all apk is only Webview URL, not anything else.
Thank you in advance. Waiting for answer.
You can check this repo If I have done any mistake : https://github.com/asa-odoo/Testing-Apps/tree/master/WebViewDemo...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-28 at 10:37
What you want to do is to create different
flavors of your app, and then use flavor-specific
resources (in separate
values.xml files for each flavor for example) to specify different URLs for different flavors.
I have a UWP app in Visual Studio 2017. I'm trying to make a multi-language on-screen keyboard.
Currently the English keystrokes are working fine, however any letter from other languages throws
System.ArgumentException: 'Value does not fall within the expected range.'
Here is the code that sends the keystrokes:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Feb-20 at 08:49
The trick is that
InputInjector isn't injecting text (characters), but actually it is injecting key strokes on the keyboard. That means the input will be not what the
VirtualKey value contains as the name value, but what the given key represents on the keyboard the user is currently using.
For example in Czech language we use the top numeric row to write characters like "ě", "š" and so on. So when you press number 3 on the keyboard, Czech keyboard writes "š".
If I use your code with
I want to make a demo to call native method in js in a WebView, but failed.
Below is C# code:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Aug-03 at 23:40
For this to work "nativeObject" needs to be a Windows Runtime Component. In your code example it is just a plain C# class.
The easiest way to implement a C# WinRT Component is by adding a new project to your solution of type "C# - Windows Runtime Component", and add a reference from your app project to this. Then implement your C# code as usual in the new project.
I was trying to use Constraints and webView and loadData and all I got was a white screen. When I changed to LinearLayout it worked. Now I try to a LinearLayout inside the Constraint, I get a white screen. Is there a solution to get this work with Constraints? thanks;
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Apr-06 at 16:40
The code you provided is working for me. However you can try this:
I wanted to build a simple Android app which just includes a WebView to display my website. I used the offical android tutoiral to do so.
For my first app I used the fullscreen-template. After adding the WebView my
xml-file looks like this:
ANSWERAnswered 2017-Apr-10 at 08:05
Just make sure you're using a correct url in
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use WebViewDemo like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the WebViewDemo component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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