Manage requests for web content in your apps by using the WebView class and supporting classes.
Providing web content can be a great way to enhance your app's user experience. You can load webpage content and display it alongside other controls in your app. You can determine the loading status of a webpage, get information about navigation requests, and perform other web-related tasks.
To learn more about web content and how to display it in your apps, visit the Web content documentation.
- WebCookieJar -
The cookie database for the WebView control.
- WebDownloadRequest -
A request to download a file.
- WebFindFlag -
A class to wrap a set of flags that can be passed into findText().
- WebLoadRequest -
A utility class for the loadingChanged() signal.
- WebLoadStatus -
The load status of a WebLoadRequest.
- WebNavigationRequest -
A utility class for the WebView::navigationRequested() signal.
- WebNavigationRequestAction -
The response action of a navigation request.
- WebNavigationType -
The type of navigation from one location to another.
- WebPage -
A webpage that can be used when the app needs to interact with web content but not display it.
- WebPageCompositor -
A class that composites the internal scene graph of a WebPage.
- WebPageEventHandler -
A class that injects events into a WebPage.
- WebPageTexture -
The texture that can be used as a render target when compositing the internal scene graph of a webpage.
- WebResourceRequest -
A resource being requested by a WebView.
- WebResourceRequestFilter -
A class that exposes control over the networking layer of a WebPage.
- WebSettings -
Settings for the WebView control.
- WebStorage -
Utilities for accessing the storage for a WebView control.
- WebView -
A control that is used to display dynamic web content.