Basic or advance, release the potential power of web content
Show webpage, control flow of your game, or even use it to implement your UI with UniWebView. Use the latest technology you want, let UniWebView do the left.
Work well on iOS and Android
We worked hard to bring the native web view of mobile system to UniWebView. Thanks to the effort, you can expect a stable and efficient web view in your games.
Develop and integrate web view in Unity 3D. Good editor support on Unity Mac
UniWebView is well tested and supports from Unity 4.2.2 to the latest version of Unity. You can get all update free until a new major version (Maybe for Unity 5).
We make things simpler and better.
UniWebView supplies a set of simple and elegant API to use. You can also get the source of UniWebView and permitted to customize it for your own demand.
UniWebView is very easy to be integrated to your project. It just take you two steps to make it working.
Download and import the .unitypackage file into your project (If you already have your own
AndroidManifest.xml in the project, backup it and uncheck the tick before this file when importing, then follow the merge instruction in manual to merge the file correctly. If you are updating this plugin from an earlier version, you should check the change log to decide if you need reimport or merge the manifest file again.). After importing, please restart Unity to load the Editor plugin.
Drag and drop the
UniWebViewObject prefab from
UniWebView/Prefab folder to your game scene. Change the
Url in the Inspector to a url you what to load (or you can just play without changing anything, Unity3D's homepage will be get loaded) and Play your scene, your page should show automatically after loading and you can see the webpage if you are using Unity's Mac Editor. For Windows user, you can build your game to your device to see it.
The Prefab supplies a simple way to start using UniWebView. You can play with it in Unity Mac Editor, iOS devices or Android. The
Insets could control the size of web view.
Load On Start and
Auto Show When Load Complete do exactly what they say. When you are ready, let's dig into it and see what more it can do.