Smugs Android HTML

buzztouch plugin: Smugs Android HTML
Version: v2.0
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A BTv3 replacement for 'old school' HTMLDoc Android Plugin behavior.
works on Android Android
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This plugin is the only reason I got my first Android published. AWESOME plugin. Thanks Smug!
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// v2.0 April 13th 2017

This plugin is a very <b>simple</b> Android HTML plugin.

It was <b>designed</b> to be a simple Android HTML Plugin.

It <b>almost</b> behaves like the old BTv2 Android HTMLDoc plugin.

It <b>HAS NO Controls</b>; this plugin was not designed for 'operation', it was designed for 'display'.

Understand that before you purchase this plugin. I don't plan on updates, other than bug fixes and OS Compatibility fixes.

This displays an HTML document that is compiled in an Android project or
loaded from a URL. If the document is loaded from a URL the device will cache it for offline use.
If the document is compiled in the app (and not loaded from a URL) it will display faster but you
will not be able to change the document without re-compiling the app. Deciding which approach is
best is sometimes difficult. It's usually best to load a document from a URL so the application
is lighter, more flexible, and updateable.

Images: If you use a document that is compiled in the App, and that included images, you'll need
to include the images in the project. You'll also need to make sure the image tags in the HTML use
the appropriate src attribute. For HTML docs compiled in projects, the src attribute includes only
the images file name, like this: src='myimage.png' Alternatively, you could use fully
qualified URL's for image src attributes like this: src=''

Javascript: If the HTML document uses javascript, for best results, include it in the HTML <head> section.
You can also use external javascript files but many app owners struggle with this. There are some gotcha's
about how iOS and Android handle these files so you may end up doing some hacking to get external .js files
to work as expected.

(most of the above text stolen from the HTMLDoc readme...)

Release Notes:

v1.0 - February 11, 2014
1) Initial Release
v1.0 - February 12, 2014
1) Remembered to add release notes to the readme.txt file.
v1.1 - May 12th 2014
1) Changed 'com.buzztouch' to 'com.buzzTouch' to cure an ailment.
v1.2 - August 15th 2014
1) Fixed an intermittent link issue.
v1.3 - September 17th 2014
1) Fixed an issue with online documents.
v2.0 April 13th 2017
1) Updated for BTv4

iOS Project
There are no iOS Files provided; use the BT_screenHTMLDoc plugin for iOS/Android

Android Project


(Using URL)

"itemId": "5E95CF8A66E215A0BCA69EB",
"itemType": "SW_androidHTML",
"navBarTitleText": "Android HTML"

(Using Local File)

"itemId": "5E95CF8A66E215A0BCA69EB",
"itemType": "SW_androidHTML",
"navBarTitleText": "Android HTML"