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Windows Application Development Cookbook by Marcin Jamro

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Presenting a website within a page

As you saw in the previous recipe, opening a website in an external browser is really simple. However, it is also possible to embed the web browser directly in your application and present the website on the page, without the necessity of navigating a user away from your application. You can do it using the WebView control, as you will see in this recipe. What is more, such a control allows you to execute some additional code when navigation to another page is started or completed.

As an example, you will create a simple application that presents http://jamro.biz  in the WebView control and only allows navigating to specific pages, the addresses of which start with http://jamro.biz . Thus, the user cannot use ...

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