Swift version: 5.2
If you want to generate HTML locally and show it inside your app, it's easy to do in both
WKWebView. First, here's the code for
let webView1 = UIWebView() webView1.loadHTMLString("<html><body><p>Hello!</p></body></html>", baseURL: nil)
And now here's the code for
let webView2 = WKWebView() webView2.loadHTMLString("<html><body><p>Hello!</p></body></html>", baseURL: nil)
baseURL parameter to any
URL. This could, for example, be the resource path for your app bundle, which would allow you to use local images and other assets alongside your generated HTML.
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