Widget for iOS with WKWebView

This example shows how to integrate the Tiledesk Widget for iOS


// WebViewViewController.swift
// Tiledesk
import UIKit
import WebKit
class WebViewViewController: UIViewController, WKUIDelegate {
@IBOutlet weak var webView: WKWebView!
@IBAction func actionClosing(_ sender: UIBarButtonItem) {
dismiss(animated: true, completion: nil)
override func loadView() {
let image = UIImage(named: "ic_navigation_bar")!
let nav = self.navigationController?.navigationBar
let tintColor = UIColor(red: 51, green: 71, blue: 94, alpha: 1)
nav?.setupNavigationBar(barStyleBlack: true, tintColor: tintColor, image: image)
let webConfiguration = WKWebViewConfiguration()
webView = WKWebView(frame: .zero, configuration: webConfiguration)
webView.uiDelegate = self
view = webView
override func viewDidLoad() {
let url = "<CHANGE_IT>&tiledesk_fullscreenMode=true&tiledesk_hideHeaderCloseButton=true&tiledesk_open=true"
let myURL = URL(string:url)
let myRequest = URLRequest(url: myURL!)
// MARK: - Navigation
// In a storyboard-based application, you will often want to do a little preparation before navigation
override func prepare(for segue: UIStoryboardSegue, sender: Any?) {
// Get the new view controller using segue.destination.
// Pass the selected object to the new view controller.
Find here other widget parameters to customize your experience.

Web View Controller

Create a Web View Controller in your Story Board and add a WebView as below: