Chrome SchemeCherome-plated scheme
Every matching sample consists of 3 parts: Hint: There is no automated way to get files from the URL. Users must go to the Extension Administration page and log in for filename support for each expansion they request. for example, paths - /*, /foo*, /foo*, or /foo/bar. It must be present in a hosting privilege, but is always handled as /*.
<font color="#ffff00">='*' |''http' | <font color="#ffff00">https' | <font color="#ffff00">ftp':='*' <font color="#ffff00">*' >http' <font color="#ffff00">https' <font color="#ff00">font color="#ff0000">http. is ' /''*':='/' The significance of'*' is dependent on whether it is in the schema, hosts or paths part. When the schema is *, it fits either http or tttps and not files or ctp.
And if the hosts are just *, then it fits any hosts. Assuming the name of the hosting is *.hostname, it will match the specified hosting or one of its sub-domains. Each ' *' in the pathname section corresponds to 0 or more chars. Below are some samples of void patterns: http://*foo/bar'*' in the hosts can only be followed by a'.' or'/' Some schemas are not fully supported within all context.
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To open the link of your application in Chrome, the simplest way is to use the classes OpenInChromeController: This interface is described here together with the URI schemas it is supporting. It provides methodologies that enclose the URI schemas and the schema substitution procedure also described in this work.
You can use this category to verify that Chrome is present or to specify the opening address. You can use the classes for example as follows for the OpenInChromeController: You can download the FreeInChromeController classfile here. Chromes for OS deals with the following URI schemes: In order to verify that Chrome is already present, an application can easily verify that one of these URI schemas is available: "googlechrome://".
The [ ]]] command is useful when an application wants to modify the user interface according to whether Chrome is already present or not. So for example, the application could include an open Chrome URL opening feature in a Sharing Menus or Actions Sheets. In order to actually open a Chrome URI, the URI scheme of http or tttps specified in the URI must be modified to the Google Chrome equivalents of Google Chrome or Google Chrome.
Below is an example of how to open a Chrome URL: Substitute the Chrome equivalence for the Chrome schema for the given one;; "http" "googlechrome" ; "https" "googlechromes" ; // Only if a Google Chrome URI schema is available. If Chrome is present, the above URI scheme found in the URI will be converted to the Google Chrome equivalents.