Ugur Ugur - 1 year ago 247
Javascript Question

App Inventor 2 Webviewstring to Javascript: Defining an array

OK. What I'm trying to do is to pass an array via the webviewstring. for this, I use blocks to join list items into this: ["item1", "item2", "item3"]. I pass it through, and define this:

var itemlist = window.AppInventor.getWebViewString();

but when I try to call item 0 in the array, it gives me this:
and as item 1, it gives
, and item 2, it gives

If I use

document.getElementById("list0").innerHTML = itemlist;

it returns
["item1", "item2", "item3"];

What I believe happens is that it puts the whole webviewstring inside brackets like this: (
["item1", "item2", "item3"];
), so when I call itemlist, it also returns the
at the end.

Can anyone tell me how I can translate my webviewstring into an array?

Answer Source

my suggestion is to pass the data in csv format from App Inventor to the HTML file

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and then convert it into an array in the HTML file like this

 // get the table to display from the window.AppInventor object and split at new line
 var urlArray = window.AppInventor.getWebViewString().split("\n");

see also a complete example here

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