By default all of your website’s urls are opened in webview(i.e. in the app).
similarly, all external urls are opened in external browser by default.
We have added a feature to override this behavior, it is available since app version 11.02 (only in android version as of now).
Regex tricks which can be helpful
- Open all external links in app
- Open links from selected hosts in app
Enter https://puzzlersworld.com.*|https://shipmycard.com* in Regex to open external url in app textbox
above will open all the urls from https://puzzlersworld.com and https://shipmycard.com in app, you can add multiple hosts separated by pipes(|).
If you are wondering on how to test the regex, use this nice website to check if the urls matches the regex you want to use: http://www.regexplanet.com/advanced/java/index.html
for above example, we tested it by entering
we got this output for above input
you can see that it evaluates to true for 1,2 & 4, that means regexes matches for the url’s in 1,2 & 4 and these url’s will be opened in app.
- Open some link from your site in mobile browser
Lets say we have an app created for https://bestsmswishes.com website and we want to open this link https://bestsmswishes.com/there-is-no-better-friend-than-a-sister/ in external browser, instead of in the app itself.
i will enter https://bestsmswishes.com/there-is-no-better-friend-than-a-sister/ in Regex to open your website url in mobile browser textbox
- Open all of your websites pdf links in mobile browser
enter .pdf* in Regex to open your website url in mobile browser textbox
This is a great way to handle some of your links differently, we will recommend playing around with the regex tool to handle your cases , once again here is the link for your reference: http://www.regexplanet.com/advanced/java/index.html