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Kamome is a library for iOS and Android apps using the WebView. This library bridges a gap between JavaScript in the WebView and the native code written in Swift, Java or Kotlin.
.package(url: "https://github.com/HituziANDO/kamome.git", from: "4.0.1")

Kamome

Kamome is a library for iOS and Android apps using the WebView. This library bridges a gap between JavaScript in the WebView and the native code written in Swift, Java or Kotlin.

Kamome provides common JavaScript interface for iOS and Android.

Quick Usage

Sends a message from the JS code to the native code

  1. Sends a message from the JavaScript code

    // JavaScript
    
    import {KM} from "kamome"
    
    // Uses async/await.
    try {
        // Sends `echo` command.
        const result = await KM.send('echo', { message: 'Hello' });
        // Receives a result from the native code if succeeded.
        console.log(result.message);
    } catch(error) {
        // Receives an error from the native code if failed.
        console.log(error);
    }
    
  2. Receives a message on iOS

    // Swift
    
    private lazy var webView: WKWebView = {
        let webView = WKWebView(frame: self.view.frame)
        return webView
    }()
    
    private var client: Client!
    
    override func viewDidLoad() {
        super.viewDidLoad()
    
        // Creates the Client object with the webView.
        client = Client(webView)
    
        // Registers `echo` command.
        client.add(Command("echo") { commandName, data, completion in
            // Received `echo` command.
            // Then sends resolved result to the JavaScript callback function.
            completion.resolve(["message": data!["message"]!])
            // Or, sends rejected result if failed.
            //completion.reject("Echo Error!")
        })
    
        let htmlURL = Bundle.main.url(forResource: "index", withExtension: "html", subdirectory: "www")!
        webView.loadFileURL(htmlURL, allowingReadAccessTo: htmlURL)
        view.addSubview(webView)
    }
    

    [NOTE] This framework supports WKWebView only. UIWebView is not supported.

  3. Receives a message on Android

    // Kotlin
    
    private var client: Client? = null
    
    override fun onCreate(savedInstanceState: Bundle?) {
       super.onCreate(savedInstanceState)
       setContentView(R.layout.activity_main)
    
       val webView = findViewById<WebView>(R.id.webView)
    
       // Creates the Client object with the webView.
       client = Client(webView)
    
       // Registers `echo` command.
       client.add(Command("echo") { commandName, data, completion ->
           // Received `echo` command.
           // Then sends resolved result to the JavaScript callback function.
           val map = HashMap<String?, Any?>()
           map["message"] = data!!.optString("message")
           completion.resolve(map)
           // Or, sends rejected result if failed.
           //completion.reject("Echo Error!")
       })
    
       webView.loadUrl("file:///android_asset/www/index.html")
    }
    

Sends a message from the native code to the JS code

  1. Sends a message from the native code on iOS

    // Swift
    
    // Send a data to the JS code.
    client.send(["greeting": "Hello! by Swift"], commandName: "greeting") { (commandName, result, error) in
        // Received a result from the JS code.
        guard let result = result else { return }
        print("result: \(result)")
    }
    
  2. Sends a message from the native code on Android

    // Kotlin
    
    // Sends a data to the JS code.
    val data = HashMap<String?, Any?>()
    data["greeting"] = "Hello! by Kotlin"
    client?.send(data, "greeting", SendMessageCallback { commandName, result, error ->
       // Received a result from the JS code.
       Log.d(TAG, "result: $result")
    })
    
  3. Receives a message on the JavaScript code

    // JavaScript
    
    // Adds a receiver that receives a message sent by the native client.
    KM.addReceiver('greeting', (data, resolve, reject) => {
        // The data is the object sent by the native client.
        console.log(data.greeting);
    
        // Runs asynchronous something to do...
        setTimeout(() => {
    
            // Returns a result as any object or null to the native client.
            resolve('OK!');
            // If the task is failed, call `reject()` function.
            //reject('Error message');
        }, 1000);
    });
    

Include Library in Your Project

1. JavaScript

npm

  1. npm install

    npm install kamome
    
  2. Write following import statement in JavaScript

    import {KM} from "kamome"
    

Manual Installation

  1. Download latest Kamome SDK

  2. Import kamome.js or kamome.min.js

    <script src="/path/to/kamome[.min].js"></script>
    

    Or, you copy all code in kamome.js file to your JavaScript.

for TypeScript

Download kamome.d.ts file and import it in your project's directory such as @types.

2. iOS App

CocoaPods

Kamome is available through CocoaPods. To install it, simply add the following line to your Podfile:

pod "kamome"

Carthage

Kamome is available through Carthage. To install it, simply add the following line to your Cartfile:

github "HituziANDO/kamome"

Swift Package Manager

Kamome is available through Swift Package Manager. To install it using Xcode, see following.

  1. Click "File" menu.
  2. Select "Swift Packages".
  3. Click "Add Package Dependency...".
  4. Specify the git URL for kamome.
https://github.com/HituziANDO/kamome.git

Manual Installation

  1. Drag & drop kamome.xcframework into your Xcode project
  2. Click General tab in your target
  3. In Frameworks, Libraries, and Embedded Content, Select "Embed & Sign" for kamome.xcframework

Import Framework

Write the import statement in your source code

import kamome

3. Android App

Gradle

Add the following code in build.gradle(project level).

allprojects {
    repositories {
        maven {
            url 'https://hituziando.github.io/kamome/android/repo'
        }
    }
}

Add the following code in build.gradle(app level).

dependencies {		
    implementation 'jp.hituzi:kamome:4.0.1'
}

Manual Installation

  1. Copy kamome-x.x.x.jar to YOUR_ANDROID_STUDIO_PROJECT/app/libs directory
  2. Sync Project in AndroidStudio

Configuration

Timeout to request from the JS code to the native code

KM.send method in JavaScript expects a resolve or reject response will be returned in a duration. If the request is timed out, it's the callback calls reject with the requestTimeout error. You can change default request timeout. See following.

// JavaScript

// Set default timeout in millisecond.
KM.setDefaultRequestTimeout(15000);

If given time is less than or equal to 0, the request timeout function is disabled.

If you want to specify a request timeout individually, you set a timeout in millisecond at KM.send method's 3rd argument.

// JavaScript

// Set a timeout in millisecond at 3rd argument.
const promise = KM.send(commandName, data, 5000);

Option: console.log for iOS

The ConsoleLogAdapter class enables to output logs by console.log, console.warn, and console.error in JavaScript to Xcode console.

// Swift

ConsoleLogAdapter().setTo(webView)

Browser Alone

When there is no Kamome's iOS/Android native client, that is, when you run with a browser alone, you can register the processing of each command.

// JavaScript

KM.browser
    .addCommand("echo", function (data, resolve, reject) {
        // Received `echo` command.
        // Then sends resolved result to the JavaScript callback function.
        resolve({ message: data["message"] });
        // Or, sends rejected result if failed.
        //reject("Echo Error!");
    });

More info, see my iOS sample project and Android sample project.

GitHub

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Release Notes

4.0.1
3 weeks ago

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