A lot of Devs who have tried integrating UIWebView in the past had the option to fix things like Content getting cut when scrolling to the end.
Generally, when this happens the easiest way is to add padding to the Bottom of the ScrollView. The same can be done by making use of ContentInset. ContentInset is the custom distance that the content view is inset from the safe area or scroll view edges.
Let’s see how to add the same for a CustomRenderer in Xamarin.iOS for Xamarin.Forms:
webView.ScrollView.ContentInset = new UIEdgeInsets(0, 0, 100f, 0);
Here in the above line, we add the ContentInset to the ScrollView asking it to accept padding of 100f to the bottom of the ScrollView. You can customize it as per your needs.
Anubhav is a Program Freak who loves coding and is currently working as a Software Engineer II in Xamarin Team at Microsoft. He is very passionate about Coding and loves developing Mobile Apps. At present, he helps C# Developers in taking their code across platforms. Also, pretty much interested in the latest ongoing trend which is Bots and AI. Currently working on Microsoft Bot Framework as well.
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