Ionic framework custom elements support

Idea ID 2695875

Ionic framework custom elements support

We have a hybrid mobile application that we need to test and it's based on a Ionic HTML custom elements, but there's is no support for that technology in a current MC Server/Connector version (3.20).

It would be extremely useful if that technology would be supported in one of the next versions of MC.

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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert
Status changed to: Needs Clarification

Hi,

Can you please elaborate on the Cordova version and specific custom objects there?

Can you please contact us via mcfrd@microfocus.com, so we can investigate it directly?

 

Contributor.. IvanPBZ Contributor..
Contributor..

Hi Sir,

first of all, I got the wrong information about the framework that has been used for our hybrid application. From the latest info that I got, the framework that has been used is actually ION Framework.

The problem exists when we try to identify the objects within the mobile application. As I was told from the support, there's a need to create a custom object repository in order to recognize the objects since the ION Framework is using non standard web/html elements. It works partially, but not as it should.

The ID of the issue is SD02467826.

Thank you very much for your help.

Kind regards,

Ivan

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