IOS APP Hangs

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  • #19104

    jnzgroup
    Participant

    Hi,

    I’ve gotten the android App to build on windows, works fine, windows and android phone.
    I then went over onto mac, installed it following the steps etc.

    I’ve managed to build and Install the app on iPhone.

    Mac Related:
    The App only works in Chrome on mac.  It hangs on the home screen right after the splash screen.  I did not get the little swipe tutorial that shows right after the splashscreen.  all I see is the HomeScreen with the courses, tabs etc with an overlay and a spinning icon, it spins the entire time, doesn’t go further than that.  Only happens on Safari browser and Iphone.   The App does the same on the phone since its mostlikely using safari as the uiwebviewer.

    #19108

    jnzgroup
    Participant
    #19109

    jnzgroup
    Participant

    working In chrome:  http://prntscr.com/mafrb9

    #19115

    jnzgroup
    Participant

    in safari console I see “Your browser Does not support the Html5 API”

    #19213

    jnzgroup
    Participant

    The Warning in safari: “Your Browser does not support the Html5 File API” comes from the imgcache.js file…

    I reinstalled everything leaving out the img-cache plugin etc, The warning persisted but came from another file instead..
    On Chrome the app can store information, but on Safari I get above warning, nothing going into storage.

    I would like to get a working build on ios, can anyone assist?

    Note: my other ios apps works fine on safari, just can’t get wplms to run on safari.

    #19323

    jnzgroup
    Participant

    What I DO see is in chrome in dev tools $ImgCache.ready == true, and in safari the ‘ready’ attribute is false. strange though I can get this far when ImgCache has it’s own ‘ready’ attribute set to false and also strange that the code doesnt’ just reject that promise in that case….

    #19324

    jnzgroup
    Participant

    What I DO see is in chrome in dev tools $ImgCache.ready == true, and in safari the ‘ready’ attribute is false. strange though I can get this far when ImgCache has it’s own ‘ready’ attribute set to false and also strange that the code doesnt’ just reject that promise in that case….

    #19572

    WPLMS
    Keymaster

    This should not have any impact in your published app. Use chrome browser for testing functionality.

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