ScreenKit

Documentation and guide


Table of contents




Introduction

Welcome to the ScreenKit Documentation! Here you can find all you need to know about ScreenKit and how to use it. First of all, ScreenKit is a development tool built by alombi that let the developer create some nice and Apple-like HTML pages super-quickly, like Welcome pages or Documentations theirselves.


How to implement

Once you have created your own page with ScreenKit, you'll have to export it. When you export a project, the HTML and CSS code is copied in your clipboard. All you have to do is:



How to implement the new Install Update screen

With the 1.2 update, the Install Update screen has been added to ScreenKit. This screen lets the developer show the user a wonderful and fresh update prompt.
Due to Shortcuts app limitations, this screen must be implemented in a different way:



How to implement the What's New Screen on iOS 14

With the iOS 14 release, the old method isn't working anymore. Implementing What's New Screens is still possible of course, but you'll need some extra steps.


Special text and lists

If you want to use stuff like bold, italic or lists, you have to use the HTML syntax


Support badge

If you'll use a page generated with ScreenKit, please link and credit my shortcut, pasting in your RoutineHub description this code:
[![ScreenKit](https://i.imgur.com/8SpmymO.png)](https://routinehub.co/shortcut/5536)


Credits

This shortcut and the code it contains have been developed and created by alombi
Please don't steal the code that ScreenKit generates. Use it freely in your shortcuts giving the credits as shown above. Thanks.

Credits to:


Contacts

If you have any problem, feedback, suggestion or anything else, feel free to contact me on Twitter or on Reddit.

©2020 alombi