I just tried to embedd a very simple hype element inside of a ProcessWire CMS template. - Did not work, even with cache off. No error, just silence. (Some more hints why such things fail would be welcome).
So your iFrame method comes handy:
Hype DOES work with the iframe method you suggest. That raises some questions.
I already managed to rebuild the iframe code programmatically, so I can make Hype behave like a natural part of a ProcessWire CMS page.
Problem: With the new Hype Pro there are multiple layouts for various responsive situations possible. Each can have a different height. For example: The taller iPhone version normally has a larger height than a landscape desktop version. Great so far. But not so great with the iFrames concept.
There are various JS libraries out there where a page within an iframe can resize the parent iframe on demand (if on the same domain and no security sandbox problems occur).
What is the recommended way to embed Hype Pro with the iFrame method with works with responsive layouts heights?
A height with percentage values did not work, I tried without success:
(My workaround for now would be to mimic the responsive behavior with media queries on the CMS page for different iFrame heights. But I would prefer an automatic behavior from this hard coded one for obvious reasons.)
Did I overlook something?