I am looking how to show the inspector in my own mac desktop app with
I think I need to initialize an XPC or http connection to a WKWebView and
pass it to a new inspector instance, and then show it.
Can anyone maybe point me in the right direction?
PS. I also made a Stack Overflow
This is great! Thank you very very much.
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On Aug 11, 2014, at 12:10 PM, Joseph Pecoraro pecor...@apple.com
On Aug 11, 2014, at 3:23 AM, Koen Bok k
I've been looking how to open the web inspector for a WKWebView from code,
so I can display it after clicking on a specific button in my app.
Since this commit(1) I can launch the inspector from the right click
developer menu, so I'm sure it is possible. I just can't figure out how.
My app is
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I'm trying to disable some web security for my Mac desktop app. Currently,
if I try to load a local json file I get the error:
[Error] XMLHttpRequest cannot load file:///Users/koen/Desktop/test.json.
Cross origin requests are only supported for HTTP.
I tried setting the following two
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