Hello everyone. I’m having an issue while using the CapacitorHTTP in my project. Im trying to get items from a database via a url. For Android it works fine, I am able to retrieve the items but on iOS, I get this error in the log:
So I just decided to use cordova-plugin-advanced-http instead. In conclusion, CapacitorHttp does NOT work properly, not sure whats going on under the hood but switching to the cordova plugin worked in one shot. Thanks for you help @Hills90210!
I have an issue with IOS as well with Capacitor/Http. It works in Android, and it also works in the web app. But for some reason in IOS I get an error with NSURL, some of which are logged that look exactly like your error.
I had this working fine with Cordova but “upgraded” to Capacitor with the hope of better performance and support for native apps. But I’m at the point where I may need to back out my changes and go back to what was working before.
Would love to know if anyone else was able to solve this issue, or has a working example that is proven on IOS. There has to be some