Utilitaires par GreenParkSoftware

WebBLE

Télécharger WebBLE (2,29 €) sur iPhone & iPad. Cette application iOS est dans la catégorie Utilitaires sur l’App Store.
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Version : 1.4.0

Appareil : iPhone & iPad

Compatibilité : iOS 13.0 +

Taille : 1,82 Mo

Prix : 2,29 €

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Description
Very simple web browser that supports an initial subset of the web bluetooth javascript APIs, with bookmarks and console log viewing support.

*** New in 1.4 ***

– support for the getPrimaryServices() API call

*** New in 1.3 ***

– Dark mode
– Geolocation web API support

*** Overview ***

Using this app you can navigate to a site written in javascript that can interact with your bluetooth (low energy) devices. This allows you to write your applications for use with devices such as puck.js in a language you are more familiar with (i.e. javascript) and be able to use it from your iOS device.

Use the built-in console viewer to debug issues when running your site on WebBLE.

Security is important for bluetooth device access, and so only sites that use https are supported, and it is not possible to connect to a bluetooth device without permission being granted by the user.

Initially the following key APIs are supported:

– bluetooth.requestDevice()

– BluetoothDevice.gatt
– BluetoothDevice.addEventListener(‘gattserverdisconnected’, cb)

– BluetoothRemoteGATTServer.connect()
– BluetoothRemoteGATTServer.disconnect()
– BluetoothRemoteGATTServer.getPrimaryService()

– BluetoothRemoteGATTService.getCharacteristic()

– BluetoothRemoteGATTCharacteristic.writeValue()
– BluetoothRemoteGATTCharacteristic.readValue()
– BluetoothRemoteGATTCharacteristic.startNotifications()
– BluetoothRemoteGATTCharacteristic.stopNotifications()
– BluetoothRemoteGATTCharacteristic.addEventListener(“characteristicvaluechanged”, cb)

Version 1.4.0

Changements récents
Features:

Support for the getPrimaryServices() method on device.gatt

Bug fixes:

– Issue 28: device disconnected unexpectedly on passing a TypedArray view on a very large ArrayBuffer (caused by ignoring the limits from the TypeArray view).
– fixes a potential crash when a navigation occurrs (including a refresh) while the bluetooth device picker is visible

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