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Angular WebView URL Load Detection - I Script Native

In this issue of I Script Native , Gokul, a NativeScripting student, asked how to detect and respond to URLs being loaded in a WebView…

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In this issue of I Script Native, Gokul, a NativeScripting student, asked how to detect and respond to URLs being loaded in a WebView component in NativeScript with Angular.



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As it happens, I've also recently been using these techniques myself when I was working on the new NativeScript OAuth2 plugin that needs URL detection when loading a page in a WebView. The NativeScript docs also go into this, but I think it's really helpful to actually see how someone does this in a real app.



So to answer this question, and as the inaugural video answer in the I Script Native series, I've posted up a YouTube video showing exactly how to get this done in a NativeScript with Angular app.





I show more details about the WebView and the HtmlView, and when to use each one of these in my NativeScript Hands-On UI course that's available here.



For more video tutorials about NativeScript, look at our courses on NativeScripting.com.



You can ask me questions on Twitter with the #iscriptnative tag, or by tweeting at me: @digitalix, or comment here. If I select your question to make a video answer, I'll send you swag.




Alex lives in Washington, DC. He's a speaker, trainer, and a Telerik Developer Expert. He's been invloved in NativeScript projects since 2015 and has created courses for Pluralsight and LinkedIn.

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