Welcome to the documentation for the ZFWKWebView framework. This framework provides a simple and user-friendly way to integrate web views into your iOS applications. Whether you need to display web content, authenticate users, or handle JavaScript interactions, ZFWKWebView has you covered.


  • Seamless integration of web views into iOS apps
  • Support for displaying web content with URL-based requests
  • Easy authentication methods for web views
  • Smooth handling of JavaScript interactions
  • Customizable web view settings
  • Convenient navigation controls
  • Back and forward navigation tracking
  • Easily reload and stop loading web content
  • Responsive web view resizing
  • Useful delegates to handle web view events
  • Swift and Objective-C support



To install ZFWKWebView using CocoaPods, simply add the following line to your Podfile:

pod 'ZFWKWebView'


To integrate ZFWKWebView using Carthage, add the following line to your Cartfile:

github "ZFWKWebView/ZFWKWebView"


If you prefer manual installation, you can download the ZFWKWebView framework directly from the GitHub repository and then manually add it to your Xcode project.


Before using the ZFWKWebView framework in your project, ensure that you have successfully integrated it following the installation instructions mentioned above.


To get started, import the framework in your Swift or Objective-C file:

// For Swift
import ZFWKWebView

// For Objective-C
@import ZFWKWebView;


To create an instance of ZFWKWebView, use the following code:

// Swift
let webView = ZFWKWebView()

// Objective-C
ZFWKWebView *webView = [[ZFWKWebView alloc] init];

Load Web Content

Load web content into the web view using the load() method. Here’s an example:

webView.load(urlString: "https://example.com")

Handle Navigation

You can implement the navigation delegate methods to handle navigation events such as page loading, error handling, and authentication:

// Swift
class MyViewController: UIViewController, ZFWKWebViewNavigationDelegate {
    // Implement the delegate methods
    // ...

// Objective-C
@interface MyViewController () <ZFWKWebViewNavigationDelegate>

// Implement the delegate methods
// ...

JavaScript Interactions

The ZFWKWebView framework offers methods to evaluate JavaScript code and handle JavaScript events. Here’s a basic example:

// Evaluate JavaScript code
webView.evaluateJavaScript(script: "alert('Hello, World!')")

// Handle JavaScript events
webView.didReceiveJavaScriptEvent = { event in
    if event.name == "myEvent" {
        // Handle the event

Customize Web View

You can customize the web view appearance and behavior using the various available options and settings. Here’s an example:

// Swift
let webView = ZFWKWebView()
webView.isScrollEnabled = false
webView.allowsBackForwardNavigationGestures = false

// Objective-C
ZFWKWebView *webView = [[ZFWKWebView alloc] init];
webView.scrollEnabled = NO;
webView.allowsBackForwardNavigationGestures = NO;

Event Handling

Your app can handle web view events and notifications using the provided delegates and observer methods. For example:

// Swift
class MyViewController: UIViewController, ZFWKWebViewDelegate {
    // Implement the delegate methods
    // ...

// Objective-C
@interface MyViewController () <ZFWKWebViewDelegate>

// Implement the delegate methods
// ...


If you encounter any issues while using ZFWKWebView, or if you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact our support team at support@example.com. We are here to assist you!


ZFWKWebView is released under the MIT license. For more details, please refer to the LICENSE file.