It's also possible to use SSL for REST to avoid using the Info.plist but it may be more complicated on modern iOS, since you can't install self-signed certificates on devices, they must be issued by a trusted authority (like Let's Encrypt, Comodo, etc).
Such certificates can be generated for a domain name, so it is necessary to have it, too.
Hi i test the info.plist but i have same error connection from iPad using internet i have this error The resource could not be loaded because the App Transport Security policy requires the use of a secure connection.
No, there are mistakes.
But anyway it looks like NSAllowsArbitraryLoads doesn't work in iOS 11+.
The server is on the local version, right? Then NSAllowsLocalNetworking key should be used.
I attached a file, I can't test it myself, but it appears to be correct.