Advanced : Embed Resources Into An iOS App
The ubudu SDK allows you to execute different kind of actions. Two of them are presenting a web page to the user and presenting a Passbook coupon.
When defining such rules you typically provide a URL for a web page or a Passbook. It has the advantage of allowing you to change the content whenever you want, but forces the user to have an Internet connection when the rule triggers in order to being able to show him the content.
If your content is not meant to change often and you want to ensure that it will quickly and reliably show up, then you can decide to embed the content directly into your app bundle.
- Open your project into XCode
- Right click on your resources folder (or any folder that suits you)
- Click 'Add files' to your Project
- Select the file or folder you want to add
- If you are adding a folder and want to keep the tree folder structure (you probably want to do that for a web page that depends on files like images and CSS), then check the '**Create folder references for any added folder**'
In the 'Rule Edit' section of the ubudu Manager, specify the URL
of your web page (or Passbook coupon) by starting the URL by
If you select 'Create folder references for any added folder', then you need to indicate the path to your file starting at the first folder added by reference.
Web page example: if you add a
www folder that
www.example.com folder that itself
contains the files of the web page (and so the index.html):
Passbook coupon example: we suppose the coupon is in a
passbook folder, added to XCode by reference, so just
If you choose '**Create groups for any added folders**', then
all the files are added to the root of the bundle, so no matters
how deep inside the groups your file is, you juste need to indicate
the name of you file:
file://index.html, or for a