If your remote API calls are not working, you need to make sure your server implements CORS.
If local XHR calls are not working, try using cordova-plugin-wkwebview-file-xhr instead of cordova-plugin-wkwebview-engine.
If you get the UIWebView deprecated notice from Apple, search for the string “UIWebView” in your plugins. If a plugin is still using UIWebView then you need to use the latest version of the plugin if the maintainer has removed UIWebView code, or disable the plugin. (Note occurences of the string UIWebView in cordova-plugin-wkwebview-engine are fine - you can and should keep that plugin enabled.)
have you changed to IOS 5.1.1 at Monaca Building Settings?
It took me a while to figure that out.
I am running into a new problem now: with WKWebView, my app goes to a blank screen, and does not work.
Let me know if that works for you.
This may be of help to some people. On my mac i just download the latest 3.4.3 version and opened it from my downloads folder rather than dragging it over into apps. I am able to log into the 3.4.3 version successfully. If I try using the 3.4.2 version that is in my apps folder, I still get the CERT error.
I updated to 3.4.3 on my windows machine, and that seems to have fixed the issue as well.
A queue of 9 is very rare, but it can happen if the servers are very busy. It’s usually a queue of two or three though at most.
Pro plan doesn’t include git over SSH, but it does include support for GitHub public and private repositories. If you need git over ssh, either upgrade to Business plan, or go through GitHub.
When you save your settings in the iOS settings page, does your config.xml get updated? And when you build your app do the changes to config.xml remain?
It might be worth trying it without Localkit, just using Monaca Cloud IDE instead. Just in case it is a localkit problem.
Have you checked in the plugin’s GitHub issues page to see if this has been reported? This looks like a plugin bug unless it doesn’t show up in normal non-Monaca Cordova builds.
Also the plugin is looking for a maintainer. I’m not sure if it is still actively maintained.