- Web support is compatible with runtime versions 4.72.0 and later.
- Only the latest stable version of Google Chrome on Windows, Linux or MacOS is currently supported.
Some features have not been implemented yet, and some features cannot be supported in a web browser.
By default you will get a domain name such as
For custom domain names:
A certificate will be provisioned automatically for the domain using Let's Encrypt.
Support for customizing the favicon of the Web container was added in version 4.86.1 of the JourneyApps Runtime and version 22.9.4 of the JourneyApps Container.
By default, the JourneyApps logo is displayed as the web container favicon:
Once a user enrolls in an app in this container, the JourneyApps Runtime dictates which favicon is being displayed:
For apps using JourneyApps Runtime version 4.86.1 (or greater), the Runtime will load the app-level favicon as follows:
- 1.If no custom container- or app-level favicon is specified, the standard JourneyApps logo will be displayed as per the screenshots above.
All apps running with a Runtime version lower than 4.86.1 will display the standard JourneyApps logo as the favicon.
You can specify an app-level favicon (and thereby override the container-level favicon) using OXIDE.
Step 1: Upload the icon into OXIDE’s assets for your app, example:
Step 2: Open up the
config.jsonfile in OXIDE, and add a line the references the icon as follows:
Step 3: Deploy!