Monthly ArchivesDecember 2014

Talking with Javascript image

Hello everyone! Let’s start with a short background story: the task was to develop an open source library for presenting rich (HTML-based content) notifications inside iOS applications. Please feel free to take a look at current fork for the full story on GitHub. Challenging part this time was implementing communication with JavaScript embedded in a notification (banner). The actual idea is to implement two-way communication, meaning that iOS must be able to parse functions from JS, and JS must be able to ask for some info from iOS app. Fortunately – not very well documented, yet pretty cool and neat class JSContext, available since iOS 7.0, came to rescue. To not hold you any longer, let’s dig into the code! ...

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