#691 URL intents for well-known instances

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opened 2 weeks ago by ildar · 7 comments
ildar commented 2 weeks ago

E.g. codeberg.
It is insane when in the app user taps About ➡ Source code and gets pushed out to a browser. 😵

E.g. codeberg. It is insane when in the app user taps About ➡ Source code and gets pushed out to a browser. 😵
6543 commented 2 weeks ago
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@ildar so you proposal is:

If login for codeberg exist, in aboutpage source link is directly opend in-app ?

@ildar so you proposal is: If login for codeberg exist, in aboutpage source link is directly opend in-app ?
6543 commented 2 weeks ago
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It would be easy to do if #65 would just catch it

It would be easy to do if #65 would just catch it
ildar commented 2 weeks ago
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I propose that even tapping a link in a email notification would open in the app

I propose that even tapping a link in a email notification would open in the app
meena commented 2 weeks ago

@ildar that’s #65

@ildar that's https://codeberg.org/gitnex/GitNex/issues/65
mmarif commented 1 week ago
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It is insane when in the app user taps About ➡ Source code and gets pushed out to a browser.

The app does not feature a browser, and tabbed view is the closest near option to open web pages. Which is almost the same as loading in browser.

Now if you mean to load repositories like in your example in the app itself, then yes it makes sense. At least known domain should be loaded in the app itself while making sure the app has proper permissions to(private/public etc).

Please clarify if you have something else in mind?

> It is insane when in the app user taps About ➡ Source code and gets pushed out to a browser. The app does not feature a browser, and tabbed view is the closest near option to open web pages. Which is almost the same as loading in browser. Now if you mean to load repositories like in your example in the app itself, then yes it makes sense. At least known domain should be loaded in the app itself while making sure the app has proper permissions to(private/public etc). Please clarify if you have something else in mind?
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mmarif commented 1 week ago
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OR if #65 is the issue you are after, then this issue can be closed.

OR if #65 is the issue you are after, then this issue can be closed.
ildar commented 1 week ago
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One more question: are there no activity that can parse an URL and determine if it is an issue, file, commit or anything else?

One more question: are there no activity that can parse an URL and determine if it is an issue, file, commit or anything else?
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