Bizzy | iOS Universal Multi-purpose WebView App + Website

Bizzy | iOS Universal Multi-purpose WebView App + Website

10 April 2018
• Updated to Xcode 9.3
22 September 2017
• Updated to Xcode 9, Swift 4, iOS 11
• Added a 1125x2436px png image (iPhone X launch image) into Assets.xcassets -> LaunchImage image set
• Adjusted some views in the Storyboard, because of iPhone X layout 
• Unchecked the Runtime API Checking in the Scheme -> Diagnostics, accordingly to this post:
Aug 24th 2017
• Added a UIView with a label and a Back button in the Controller in Storyboard
• Added 'shouldStartLoadWith()' delegate to show the Back button after clicking on a link in ViewController.swift, plus the backButt IBAction
• Added a 'viewWillTransition()' method to check the device orientation and reload the AdMob Banner in ViewController.swift
• Added Landscape orientations in the General tab in Xcode
May 15th 2017
• Changed 'websitePath' variable into 'websiteURL' in Configs.swift, so now all you have to do is replace the demo string with the full url of the Home page of your website:

   let websiteURL = "" 

• Changed the 'websitePath' name into Home.swift too:
    let url = URL(string: websiteURL)

• Updated the User Guide
Apr 28th 2017
• Initial release, Xcode 8.2.3, Push Notifications with Parse, responsive website template included

Bizzy is a Universal App with WebView + Website Template to show your business portfolio, team members, services and info in mobility.

The app has an embedded WebView so you can have it display any responsive website by simply editing a line of code!

   // Replace the string below with the URL to your website home page: 
   let websiteURL = "" 

The package also contains a full responsive website template, so all you have to do is to edit the html and css files, upload them to your own hosting server and set its path in the Configs file of the app.
You can also send push notifications to all registered devices via the Parse Push web console on

User can contact you with the Contact form, just set your own email address in a php file.

Bizzy is written in Swift, easy to customize, native XCode project, Universal, Parse Push with, full website template included

About Parse SDK and back4app

Read this article for more info about back4app and Parse SDK:

Can I host Parse Server on my own server?

Yes, although I don’t provide support for the setup process, you can read the official Guide here:

I get a Code signing error in Xcode 8.x

That’s a bug of Xcode 8 with macOS Sierra, check this sample video to see how to fix it:

How to remove AdMob banner ads

Check this video out to see how to remove the code that shows AdMob banners: Keep in mind that you must repeat the shown steps for every .swift file that contains this line on the top:
import GoogleMobileAds

What about free support for this template?

I can offer free support for bugs encountered in the original code. Instead, if you’ve edited the code and messed something up with it, I may apply some fee to fix it either via TeamViewer or by checking your app project files directly on my computer.

Should I use the latest version of Xcode to edit this template?

Yes, I always update my apps to the latest version of the IDE.

  • XCode 9.x project – Swift – 64bit
  • iOS 8.0+ – Universal – Storyboard
  • AdMob banners
  • Works with Parse SDK hosted on
  • Send Push Notifications to all registered devices through the Push web Console
  • Full responsive website template based on Bootstrap
  • PDF User Guide included
  • PSD graphics included
  • Easy to customize, well commented code

  • Apple Mac PC with its latest OS version installed
  • The latest version of Xcode and some knowledge about its UI interface
  • Photoshop or any other image editor software
  • An Apple Developer account to submit apps to the App Store
  • iTunes Connect account
  • A free account on
  • A domain and hosting server with PHP installed (GoDaddy, HostGator and many other providers have PHP installed as default)

  • Important Disclaimer: We’e recently found out that some developers have bought our app templates, reskinned them just a bit and put them on sale on other source code markets similar to CodeCanyon, saying that they developed and own such source codes.
    That is a serious copyright infringement, developers who buy our templates are allowed to reskin and sell them as apps on the AppStore (accordingly to the License type they’ve purchased a template for), but are not allowed to put our original source codes for sale on source code markets, including CodeCanyon. We will report developers who made copyright infringements to the competent authorities. Thanks.