The url pattern allows you to configure the allowed domains for a web app. See below for code I use for a simple gmail app. The pattern is *.google.com to allow for accounts.google.com to pass enabling login.
The web app creator that pre-dates this new one would just fill the url pattern same as the url, meaning a lot of sites don't fully work without further modifications.
Exec=webapp-container --webappUrlPatterns=https?://*.google.com/* https://mail.google.com/mail/mu/mp/900/#tl/Inbox
On the PinePhone shop page it says: "USB: type C (SlimPort), USB Host, DisplayPort Alternate Mode output"
@3arn0wl In the link given by @libremax, there is a chapter about the new video player.
It's stated there that live streaming won't have been possible without a new video player.
Hence I understand that live streaming won't be possible until the new video player is widely spread and probably even later.
And I agree this would be nice to have live news from UBPorts using a free alternative to youtube
[Edit] AAfter posting I realize answer from @libremax has been made
Looks like it will ship to customers next week:
SoC wise it is fairly similar to a OnePlus3, so I guess a UT port is quite feasible.
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@trainailleur Thanks for clarifying that. I guess I should do more research before spreading FUD.
No worries. I'm not a particular advocate of them, and it's true they have been sloppy with attribution in their sources, but it's an interesting project that seems to have some momentum and perhaps a chance to make alternative Android distros a little more mainstream. Anyone can set up Nextcloud/Owncloud etc. and do the same, but it's a lot of work, and a lot of the populace would never get around to it, so I find the project goals kind of interesting.
No, it currently will not, it would need to be ported. Info on how to do this is at http://docs.halium.org/en/latest/porting/first-steps.html
@xinorixic no, you can find the current supported devices list at https://devices.ubuntu-touch.io/
You can try to port UT yourself if that model has the minimum requirements (http://docs.halium.org/en/latest/porting/first-steps.html).