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IMPORTANT: on Oct 26th 2011, SVWebViewController received a major overhaul of its inner working. Upgrading from an earlier version of a SVWebViewController will crash your app if you’re presenting SVWebViewController modally (using presentModalViewController:). Please update your code and use SVModalWebViewController in replacement of SVWebViewController when it’s presented modally.

SVWebViewController

is a simple inline browser for iOS. The iPhone UI is highly based on Tweetie’s inline browser, and the iPad version on Reeder.

SVWebViewController features:

  • iPhone and iPad distinct UIs
  • full landscape orientation support
  • back, forward, stop/refresh and action buttons (with actions “Open in Safari” and “Mail Link”)
  • navbar title set to the currently visible web page
  • talks with setNetworkActivityIndicatorVisible

Installation

  • Drag the SVWebViewController/SVWebViewController folder into your project.
  • Add the MessageUI framework to your project

Usage

(see sample Xcode project in /Demo)

Just like any UIViewController, SVWebViewController can be pushed into a UINavigationController stack:

SVWebViewController *webViewController = [[SVWebViewController alloc] initWithAddress:@"http://google.com"];
[self.navigationController pushViewController:webViewController animated:YES];
[webViewController release];

It can also be presented modally using SVModalWebViewController:

SVModalWebViewController *webViewController = [[SVModalWebViewController alloc] initWithAddress:@"http://google.com"];
[self presentModalViewController:webViewController animated:YES];	
[webViewController release];

SVModalWebViewController boasts a barsTintColor property, if you’re into giving the navigation bar and toolbar a custom tint color.

Customizing the action sheet

Use the availableActions integer bit mask property to set which actions should be available for display:

enum {
    SVWebViewControllerAvailableActionsNone             = 0,
    SVWebViewControllerAvailableActionsOpenInSafari     = 1 << 0,
    SVWebViewControllerAvailableActionsMailLink         = 1 << 1,
    SVWebViewControllerAvailableActionsCopyLink         = 1 << 2
};

Default is SVWebViewControllerAvailableActionsOpenInSafari | SVWebViewControllerAvailableActionsMailLink.

Automatic Referencing counting (ARC) support

Maintaining an official ARC branch has proven to be too much work, often leading to confusion since the ARC branch is always a few commits behind. If you’d like to use SVWebViewController in your ARC-enabled project, you’ll have to add the -fno-objc-arc compiler flag to all of SVWebViewController’s files.

Credits

SVWebViewController is brought to you by Sam Vermette and contributors to the project. If you have feature suggestions or bug reports, feel free to help out by sending pull requests or by creating new issues. If you’re using SVWebViewController in your project, attribution would be nice.

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