A view defines the presentation and behavior of a piece of web content (for example, a web page or web app) within OpenFin Browser, through a view manifest file. Thanks to the manifest, these aspects are preserved if the user moves the view between pages or windows.
You can provide manifests for views in order to make them available to end-users via Workspace.
The only required properties are the following:
name: a string containing the name of the view.
target: the identity of the window this view is attached to.
The following fields, which are all optional, are frequently used in a view manifest:
The view's background fill color as a hexadecimal value. Not to be confused with the content background color (
Specifies a set of match patterns for URLs that the user can navigate to, or is prevented from navigating to. Contains the following members:
Configures the context menu that appears when the user right-clicks in a view. Contains the following members:
(updatable) any; default:
You can attach serializable data to this field and have it be transported with the rest of the view options.
(updatable) array of objects
Defines a list of hotkeys that are emitted as
array of preloadScript objects
Scripts that are evaluated before other scripts in the page. When omitted, inherits from the parent application.
Groups renderers together. It is used only if the pages are on the same origin.
The URL of the view.
Updated about 2 months ago