Turbo Handbook says:
Restoration visits have an action of restore and Turbo Drive reserves them for internal use. You should not attempt to annotate links or invoke
Turbo.visitwith an action of
I’m wondering if anyone knows why. From reading through the code, it looks like it is possible to do both of the things described.
My use case is I have a native app (using turbo-ios) that is backed by a
UINavigationController, but doesn’t have a visible navbar. So there’s no native “back” button. I want to have a HTML “back” button in the UI, and I want it to behave like a real back button (in this case, to call
This code seems to work, despite the warnings:
But before shipping it I want to know I’m shooting future me in the foot.