Neither Apache Cordova nor meteor don’t officially support it yet, but, as part of building a meteor + famo.us ios app, we found out that UIWebView will just not cut it, performance wise.
So, we’ve modified the meteor core cordova plugin to allow the use of WKWebView and created a plugin based on Telerik’s WKWebView cordova plugin to support meteor. For now, there are two steps to adding WKWebView to your app:
# This replaces the default meteor cordova plugin with our version meteor add cordova:com.meteor.cordova-update@https://github.com/practicalmeteor/com.meteor.cordova-update/tarball/a7e98f27a26b727288da81dcfd8047eccb5f6036 # This package simply includes our wkwebview cordova plugin meteor add practicalmeteor:wkwebview
Regarding filling issues, please read the guidelines in the practicalmeteor:wkwebview package README, since non-meteor iOS specific issues should be filed with the Telerik cordova plugin, and once solved, I’ll merge them into my meteor supported fork.
That’s it! Enjoy and many thanks to the people at Telerik for creating their wkwebview plugin until Cordova officially supports it.