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(This post is part of my series PhoneGap on Windows Phone 7 tips.) When you are creating integration points between your PhoneGap HTML5 application and the Silverlight hosting application, there are a few ways you can go about crossing the gap (pun intended). This tip is an example of one of those techniques. It’s very flexible, and is typically going to be used when you have one off types of code being written on both sides. We’re able to do this because the PhoneGap user control actually wraps a Windows Phone WebBrowser control, and we can access that
internal WebBrowser and use the InvokeScript method and the ScriptNotify event to do what we want here. If you’re curious as to all the details about the WebBrowser control and if there’s other things you can do in the context of a PhoneGap application, you can read about it on the MSDN site. As a side note, if you try the examples below and your version of PGView does not seem to have a Browser member, you’re probably working with an older version of the PhoneGap user control. To get the latest version, you’ll need to download the...(Read whole news on source site)

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