I am trying to test the boundaries of incorporating script, html, and css in Thunkable for the purposes of UI design only (at this point - not external API). I have searched the community discussions, goggled, read the documentation, and watched numerous YouTube videos. I am still confused.
Below are links to two experimental test projects: one is a simple html file as an asset linked to the WebViewer url; the other has HTML code written into the blocks and much more complicated.
My main question is this: Why is it that htmlTest works on my android during live test but htmlTest2 does not? By not working, I mean I just get a white screen
For me it seems that If I don’t code the html in the blocks, I get a white screen or I get an error message about unauthorized access. If I could utilize html code as a file asset and have the ability to view it on my android during live test, it would save a lot of time. Coding the blocks was tedious and I have to believe that it is my inexperience with Thunkable that’s creating my problem.
If anyone can point me to a resource or maybe knows the answer, I would be extremely grateful. I am working on an app but don’t want to get too far into the project until I have an understanding on this issue.
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