WebFrame object encapsulates the data displayed in a
WebFrameView object. There is one
WebFrame object per frame displayed in a
WebView. An entire webpage is represented by a hierarchy of
WebFrame objects in which the root object is called the main frame.
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WebFrame also has a
WebDataSource object that manages the loading of frame content. You use the
load(_:) method to initiate an asynchronous client request which will create a provisional data source. The provisional data source will transition to a committed data source once any data has been received.
There are some special, predefined, frame names that you can use when referring to or finding a
WebFrame. Some of the predefined frame names are: “_self”, “_current”, “_parent”, and “_top.” See
findNamed(_:) for a description of their meaning. Frame names may also be specified in the HTML source, or set by clients.