I tried it for 4hrs but I am not successful yet. It seems impossible to me here.
I’m unsure if you’re using a full-page webview or a small section of a page, but either way, you could nest a spinner component into a container with a set size (or for a full-page webview, make the container 100% height and width, respectively). Position the spinner component however you want in the container and then place the webview over the spinner by setting the webview to
absolute, and then giving it a higher z-index.
The spinner will always exist and ‘spin’, but it will be hidden behind the webview as soon as the latter loads in.
Oh hey Dominik Thank you for your effort.
Let me explain what I have done -
I have taken a container on a blank page and a web view content in the container of a specific height. The web view content loads a specific page from my website. Now when I open the app page web view takes some time to load my website page. that’s why, while loading the page I want to the spinner to show.
Can you share some screen shots or a video tutorial.