WBWebViewConsole is an In-App debug console for your UIWebView && WKWebView



WBWebViewConsole is available on CocoaPods. Just add the following to your project Podfile:

pod 'WBWebViewConsole', '~> 1.0' 

Bugs are first fixed in master and then made available via a designated release. If you tend to live on the bleeding edge, you can use WBWebViewConsole from master with the following Podfile entry:

pod 'WBWebViewConsole', :git => 'https://github.com/Naituw/WBWebViewConsole.git'


  • Make your own UIWebView or WKWebView subclass, and implement all methods in WBWebView protocol
  • Setup JSBridge and console when WebView inits
  • If you are using UIWebView, inject userScript as early as possible after page loading. Otherwise, just use WKUserScript to implement.
  • In UIWebView's webView:shouldStartLoadWithRequest:navigationType or WKWebView's webView:decidePolicyForNavigationAction:decisionHandler
    • Pass the request to -[JSBridge handleWebViewRequest:] and use the return value to decide whether the navigation should start


  • Use WBWebViewConsole to manage all messages
    • addMessage:type:level:source:
      • add message for specific type, level and source
    • clearMessage
      • empty all messages
    • sendMessage
      • input (eval) script
    • storeCurrentSelectedElementToJavaScriptVariable:completion:
      • save current selected element to a js variable
  • Use WBWebDebugConsoleViewController to display a WBWebViewConsole
    • initWithConsole:
      • designated initializer for this class
    • setInitialCommand:
      • set the placeholder command


WBWebViewConsole is BSD-licensed. see the LICENSE file.

The files in the /Examples directory are licensed under a separate license as specified in Examples/README.md.