Apollo gives developers a brand new way to integrate HTML rendering into desktop applications. Apollo’s new HTML functionality includes the ability to:
Load and render complete web pages (HTML and XHTML) from local and remote URLs as well as a string.
Access and manipulate the full Document Object Model (DOM).
Arrange the Flex
HTML component in your application interface as you would any other Flex UI component.
Graphically alter the
HTMLControl object or Flex
HTML component as you would any
DisplayObject in ActionScript.
flash.html.HTMLControl class handles the core HTML loading, rendering, and script execution duties. Based on the
HTMLControl class, the new Flex
HTML component integrates the same HTML rendering power into the Flex UI framework.
An application with simple HTML rendering or web browsing needs can use the Flex
This chapter describes Apollo’s HTML capabilities and offers a number of quick examples to get you started writing HTML-enabled Apollo applications.
You can also refer to the "Working with HTML" section of Chapter 5 for more ways to use HTML in Apollo.
HTMLControl class uses WebKit (www.webkit.org ...