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    How to hide the url showing in the web browser to the users in a web app / html 5 app

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    Re: How to hide the url showing in the web browser to the users in a web app / html 5

    Quote Originally Posted by SKUMAR View Post
    How to hide the url showing in the web browser to the users in a web app / html 5 app
    Do you see it currently with your S40 Web App?
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    Re: How to hide the url showing in the web browser to the users in a web app / html 5

    yes I want to hide it from my users and show it / make it as a native App

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    Re: How to hide the url showing in the web browser to the users in a web app / html 5

    Quote Originally Posted by SKUMAR View Post
    yes I want to hide it from my users and show it / make it as a native App

    Once you submit your application to Nokia store, you would be emailed a .jar and .jad file... which would be your web app installer.

    The application, when passes QA, can be downloaded from the store and would have it's own icon launcher (with the icon you provided in your webapp), the url wouldn't be visible for the users.
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    Re: How to hide the url showing in the web browser to the users in a web app / html 5

    You have not followed my query exactly here.

    I have built a Live TV app which parses conetents like channel images ,names and video links

    and plays the channel link /url when clciked on the image. I want those url's to be hidden from the users while playing the video frm the browser or clicking on the image

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    Re: How to hide the url showing in the web browser to the users in a web app / html 5

    It sounds like you click a link in your application which open the Nokia Browser, which then plays the actual video, correct? If so, there's no way you can disable the address bar in the Nokia Browser.

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    Re: How to hide the url showing in the web browser to the users in a web app / html 5

    Quote Originally Posted by SKUMAR View Post
    You have not followed my query exactly here.

    I have built a Live TV app which parses conetents like channel images ,names and video links

    and plays the channel link /url when clciked on the image. I want those url's to be hidden from the users while playing the video frm the browser or clicking on the image
    You didn't mention this implementation earlier. If you launch the browser by mwl.load method.. there's no way you can hide the address bar.
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    Re: How to hide the url showing in the web browser to the users in a web app / html 5

    yes in .html I have used

    <script type="text/javascript" src="mwl-2.0.js"></script>


    Please suggest me a good solution.

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    Re: How to hide the url showing in the web browser to the users in a web app / html 5

    Quote Originally Posted by SKUMAR View Post
    yes in .html I have used

    <script type="text/javascript" src="mwl-2.0.js"></script>


    Please suggest me a good solution.
    You can't hide the address bar in the Nokia Browser, as mentioned earlier.
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    Re: How to hide the url showing in the web browser to the users in a web app / html 5

    any idea uisng .js with div etc

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    Re: How to hide the url showing in the web browser to the users in a web app / html 5

    Quote Originally Posted by SKUMAR View Post
    any idea uisng .js with div etc
    Please explain what you wish to achieve in detail, and mention where you are facing problems.

    Also, if your question is different than the current thread, best to open a new thread
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    Re: How to hide the url showing in the web browser to the users in a web app / html 5

    Hi croozeus as I have alrady to ld you . I built web app based Live TV App using xml parsing.

    My xml.aspx contained rtsp streams to play the url.


    when user plays the channel video first it show my url in address bar of the web browsr in the mobile web app.


    I dont want to show the url or the total address bar and play the video directly.

    My company strictly wants to keep their streams/links confidential.

    Got it ?

    Iam online on skype and yahoo r u th ere if yes give ur id in skype

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    Re: How to hide the url showing in the web browser to the users in a web app / html 5

    Quote Originally Posted by SKUMAR View Post
    when user plays the channel video first it show my url in address bar of the web browsr in the mobile web app.


    I dont want to show the url or the total address bar and play the video directly.

    My company strictly wants to keep their streams/links confidential.

    Got it ?
    Have you read girft's and my responses to your post in this thread?

    May be we've already answered your query

    Quote Originally Posted by grift View Post
    It sounds like you click a link in your application which open the Nokia Browser, which then plays the actual video, correct? If so, there's no way you can disable the address bar in the Nokia Browser.
    Quote Originally Posted by croozeus View Post
    .. If you launch the browser by mwl.load method.. there's no way you can hide the address bar.
    Quote Originally Posted by croozeus View Post
    You can't hide the address bar in the Nokia Browser, as mentioned earlier.
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    Re: How to hide the url showing in the web browser to the users in a web app / html 5

    Ok is there a posibility to mask or hide the total address bar or atleast only url?


    Can we a launch anew browser in my application and set attributes ?

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    Re: How to hide the url showing in the web browser to the users in a web app / html 5

    No. It is not possible. If you open a link, the browser opens. You have no influence of the browser chrome.

    You should not protect access by not-telling URLs.

    Server side you could maybe create 1-time useable disposable links and somehow use the .htaccess to mask the stream. But not that has nothing to do with Series40 WebApps

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