The Web View is the Design Element to display web content into your app. You can load a URL or a static HTML file, and then the user can navigate to its content. Note: You can only load secure https URLs and not un-secure http, because of iOS security guidelines.
The URL of the page that you want your web view to initially load. You can also dynamically change the URL using a No Code Action or a Code Block in a Function.
Note: You can only load secure https URLs and not un-secure http, because of iOS security guidelines.
This property indicates whether horizontal swipe gestures trigger backward and forward page navigation.
The minimum font size.
Note: You can have no minimum font size using
0 as the value.
Alpha is a number that alters the transparency of the web view. It ranges between 0.0 and 1.0, where 0.0 makes the Web View totally transparent and 1.0 totally opaque.
User Interaction Enabled indicates whether the web view can receive touches from the user. When disabled, the user will not be able to press on links or scroll the Web view.
If enabled, it hides the web view.
The color of the border.
The width of the border.
The radius drawn to the corners of the border.
Masks to Bounds for the content of the web view to be clipped to the rounded corners.
The color of the shadow.
Tip: You can add opacity/alpha to the Shadow Color in order to add transparency to the shadow.
The blur radius used to render the shadow.
The horizontal offset of the shadow.
The vertical offset of the shadow.
You can use this text to identify the Web View in the Code Blocks Editor and in the List of the Screen’s elements. It is not visible to the users.