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The ‘obligatory’ web browser in Apollo

There is nothing big or clever about this, but it made me laugh at how easy it was to get a very basic web browser working in Apollo. So for those interested here is a very basic ‘web page loading application’

Get the AIR file here

Here is the source

[xml]








[/xml]

The problem with that hack is that the address bar and the page loaded are only linked in one direction. So I added in this:

[xml]

And added in an event change here:

[xml][/xml]

So my little hacked browser code now looks like this.

[xml]








[/xml]

As I already noted this isn’t anything special and certainly won’t be winning any prizes, but it just amused me that you can achieve this much will relatively little code.

Way to go Flex and Apollo :D

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