I am trying to browse a page that I developed on a wordpress site. I tried WebViewer and other ways to open the connection, but I always get an SSL / TLS error.
It seems like the root certificates in the AppInventor trust store is not up-to-date with the latest certificate authorities. Updating it with the same list of root certificates than come in the browsers would solve the problem. However, I understand that it is not an easy task, as these certificates change from time to time and even there exist differences among the different browsers.
Probably the best approach would be adding a new option in WebViewer so that we developers can have the freedom to choose which root certificates we want to trust. Then for example, I would be able to add the certificate that my wordpress site depends on.
By the way, I noticed that some people proposed using the IgnoreSslError option. This is a bad idea as in this case you are not checking that you are connecting to the right site and you are not helping to keep your app users save from malware.