Now that we've configured our application with a URL scheme, it's time to add some code that can detect the app being launched from the URL and parse the commands so that we can act and execute commands issued via the URL.
If you're using Alloy, the following code examples can go into the
alloy.js file. Otherwise, add them to your
The way we can find out the arguments passed to the app upon launch from a URL is by using the
Ti.App.getArguments method. This returns an object that has two properties we're interested in,
url. These respectively tell us the identifier of the app that invoked the URL and the URL itself, including any parameters.
Firstly, we need to add some code ...