Defines the developers' preferred display mode for the website.
|Browser ||Standard browser experience.|
|Fullscreen ||Opens the web application without any browser UI and takes up the entirety of the available display area.|
|Minimal ||This mode is similar to full screen, but provides the user with some means to access a minimal set of UI elements for controlling navigation (i.e. back, forward, reload, etc.). Note: Only supported by Chrome on mobile.|
|Standalone ||Opens the web app to look and feel like a standalone native app. The app runs in its own window, separate from the browser, and hides standard browser UI elements like the URL bar, etc.|
Objects: Web Panel
Generators: Java, .NET
This property is available when the Web Application property = Progressive.
It updates the manifest.json file of the PWA application.
The aim of this property is to customize the browser UI that is shown when your app is launched. For example, you can hide the address bar and Chrome browser.
This property applies only at design time.
To apply the corresponding changes when the property value is configured, execute a Build with this Only of the object.
This property is available since GeneXus 16 upgrade 5.