You can save folders containing HTML content in the dynamic content, which is then available offline in the app. For example, you can use it to design your legal notice or FAQ page as an HTML page. Additionally, you can create and reference folders for the login to entitlement or subscriptions pages. Learn more about using  Custom UI  .


The entry of the app_menu.xml should be:

purple: // app / resource / dynamic /<PATH> ? display_mode = <VALUE>titlebar = <VALUE>controls =<VALUE>

  • Path to HTML file within the dynamic content of the app: purple: // app / resource / dynamic /<PATH>


Optionally you can add the following parameters: 

  • display_mode " can be set to " embedded " (app menu in the top left corner of the app is visible; default) or " modal " (overlay over all content). 
    Note for "modal":  In iOS you must add an action URL to the HTML file. Otherwise there would be no link back to the app menu. Android can use the system back button.
  • titlebar " can be set to " true " (= active, default) or " false " (= deactivated).
  • controls " can be set to  " true " (= activ) or " false " (= deactivated , default).