a javascript bridge for iOS app to interact with h5 web view
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a javascript bridge for iOS app to interact with h5 web view

Play With Demo

for native:

git clone git@github.com:casatwy/CTJSBridge.git
open JSBridge.xcodeproj

for H5:

cp ./JSDemo/event.js /your/www
cp ./JSDemo/index.html /your/www
cp ./JS/CTJSBridge.js /your/www

then modify the URL in ViewController.m

[self.webview loadRequest:[NSURLRequest requestWithURL:[NSURL URLWithString:@""]]];

[self.webview loadRequest:[NSURLRequest requestWithURL:[NSURL URLWithString:@""]]];

change the url string to your server's IP, and now you can run your app to play with the demo.

Quik Start

0. add pod

pod 'CTJSBridge'

1. create a configuration object which confirms to <CTJSBridgeConfigurationProtocol>,set the scheme and host for JSBridge.

@implementation DemoConfiguration

#pragma mark - CTJSBridgeConfigurationProtocol
- (NSString *)methodSchemeNameWithBridgeWebviewDelegate:(CTJSBridgeWebviewDelegate *)bridgeWebviewDelegate
    return @"casa";

- (NSString *)methodHostNameWithBridgeWebviewDelegate:(CTJSBridgeWebviewDelegate *)bridgeWebviewDelegate
    return @"nativeapi";


2. create the native responder which confirms to <CTJSBridgeNativeResponderProtocol>

@implementation DemoResponder

#pragma mark - CTJSBridgeNativeResponderProtocol
- (void)performActionWithParams:(NSDictionary *)params callbackHandler:(CTJSBridgeCallbackHandler *)callbackHandler
    // do your work
    UIAlertView *alert = [[UIAlertView alloc] initWithTitle:@"hello" message:@"here i am" delegate:nil cancelButtonTitle:@"ok" otherButtonTitles:nil];
    [alert show];
    [callbackHandler successWithResultDictionary:@{@"success":@"success"}];


3. initiate an instance of CTJSBridgeWebviewDelegate, registe the class of your responder and configuration object, and set this delegate as your webview's delegate.

- (CTJSBridgeWebviewDelegate *)webviewDelegate
    if (_webviewDelegate == nil) {
        _webviewDelegate = [[CTJSBridgeWebviewDelegate alloc] init];

        // registe configuration class
        [_webviewDelegate registeConfigurationClass:[DemoConfiguration class]];

        // registe responder class for method name
        [_webviewDelegate registeNativeResponderClass:[DemoResponder class] forMethodName:@"casa"];
    return _webviewDelegate;

- (UIWebView *)webview
    if (_webview == nil) {
        _webview = [[UIWebView alloc] init];
        // set CTJSBridgeWebviewDelegate as webview's delegate
        _webview.delegate = self.webviewDelegate;
    return _webview;

4. add your webview to view controller, and load.

[self.webview loadRequest:[NSURLRequest requestWithURL:[NSURL URLWithString:@""]]];

5. in your html page, use LoadMethod to call native responder

LoadMethod(methodName, data, callbacks);

callbacks = {
    success:function(data){/* your call back code*/},
    fail:function(data){/* your call back code*/},
    midway:function(data){/* your call back code*/}


LoadMethod("casa", {"key1":"value1", "key2":"value2"},{