Get the public URL of the current app

Use the Fliplet.App.getPublicSlug() method to get the public URL of the current app. Note that this only works if you have enabled shareable URLs via Fliplet Studio under the App Settings.

// e.g. "https://apps.fliplet.test/foo-bar"
var url = Fliplet.App.getPublicSlug();

Get the current app settings

var settings = Fliplet.App.Settings.getAll();

Get a single settings from the current app

var datum = Fliplet.App.Settings.get('foo');

Get the logs for an app

  where: { type: 'jobs' }
}).then(function (logs) {
  // logs<Array>

Create a log for an app

  foo: "bar"
}).then(function (log) {
  // log<Object>

Save or update some settings of the current app

Fliplet.App.Settings.set({ foo: 'bar', hello: 'world' }).then(function () {
  // optional promise callback to be called when the APIs have saved the data

Deletes a list of settings from the app

Fliplet.App.Settings.unset(['foo', 'hello']).then(function () {
  // optional promise callback to be called when the APIs have deleted the data

Check if your app is running in preview mode

Use the following snippet to check if your app is running inside Fliplet Viewer (or Fliplet Studio) or it’s the production version from the App Store / Play Store / Web apps.

var isPreview = Fliplet.App.isPreview(true);

Lock the device orientation

  • orientation (String) portrait or landscape. If called with no parameters, the app orientation from the settings will be used.

Unlock the device orientation


The orientation unlock is temporary. When the following events occur, the orientation will be re-locked according to the original app setting, which would always be portrait on smartphones.

  1. App orientation is locked when exiting from the in-app browser.
  2. App orientation is locked when exiting from a full screen video playback.

To ensure a page doesn’t force the orientation re-lock, add the following code to the screen HTML instead of using Fliplet.App.Orientation.unlock().

<script>Fliplet.Env.get('appSettings').orientation = 'all'</script>

Note Landscape mode in smartphones are not officially supported by Fliplet and may have layout issues due to the shortened screen height and “notches” on devices such as the iPhone X.

Open the About this app overlay

You can open the About this app overlay, which gives you access to app information and check for app updates. () {
  console.log('Overlay is opened');

This supports beforeAboutAppOpen and afterAboutAppOpen hooks that lets you configure custom behaviors when user opens the About this app overlay.

Fliplet.Hooks.on('beforeAboutAppOpen', function (options) {
  // @param options (Object) { html, showOnInit, closeAnywhere, entranceAnim, exitAnim, size, classes }

  // Change the About this app overlay content
  options.html = 'Hello world!';
Fliplet.Hooks.on('afterAboutAppOpen', function (overlay) {
  // @param overlay (Object) An Overlay object which supports several functions such as overlay.close()

  // Hide any <h2></h2> found in the overlay

  // Add event listener to a custom button added to the overlay
  $(overlay.overlay).find('.custom-button').on('click', function () {
    console.log('User clicked on custom button');