Web Share API Tutorial – Native Sharing is Easy!

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— Hey all! Today, I’m going to show you how to set up native sharing for your sites / apps, along with a fallback solution for those with devices that don’t support it. It will involve some HTML, CSS and most importantly: JavaScript! Don’t worry though, it’s pretty easy stuff!

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23 responses to “Web Share API Tutorial – Native Sharing is Easy!”

  1. If const title and url are called the same as the keys of the passing object you don't really need to set them explicity. navigator.share({title, url}) should be sufficient. At least that's what I've experienced in Javascript.

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