Learn how to use different features in Wisej Mobile.
Biometric authentication is a form of security that uses the biometric features of a user to identify and validate a user. Android and iOS both implement a form of this for user-identification.
The Android version includes a custom implementation.
Haptic feedback uses touch as a means to communicate with users. It applies forces, vibrations, or motions to the user.
- Error: Play when a user performs an error.
- Success: Play when a user performs a successful action.
- Warning: Play when you want to warn the user of an action.
Near-Field-Communication is a set of communication protocols that allows the communication of two electronic devices. This protocol is often used for contactless payment systems.
As the system gathers information using various sensors on a device, the raw data can be monitored and used in the Wisej application.
By default, iOS Safari does not allow auto-playing audio. The native integration disables this “feature”, so developers can play sounds on button clicks or any event after the first DOM interaction.
Native popups show users relevant in-app information that often request some form of feedback such as a selection or text entry.
Push notifications are user-facing messages that display important information to the user about a specific application.
When using certain device capabilities, it may be required to request the specified permission from the user of the device before proceeding.
- Camera: Required to use the device’s camera.
- Location: Required to access the device’s location.
- Microphone: Required to access the device’s microphone.
- Photos: Required to access the device’s photo library natively.
The brightness of the screen can be controlled through the Wisej application.
The timeout of the screen display can be controlled through the Wisej application.
The status bar appears on the top edge of the device's screen. It displays useful information about the time, network connectivity, and more.
A tab bar is a graphical element that appears at the bottom of the user's screen. It provides an interface for quickly switching between different parts of an application.
The toolbar is a graphical control that features buttons, icons, and other elements to interact with the user.