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How to implement two way communication between JavaScript and C#. I know that this can be achieved with WebBrowser Control in Desktop Applications. But it seems to be not working for Mobile apps. Is there any other solution for this?
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Sergey Alexandrovich Kryukov 15-Feb-12 14:36pm     CRLF
"Not working" is not informative. What is not working? Any code sample? --SA
AUDissa 16-Feb-12 6:02am     CRLF
http://www.codeproject.com/Tips/130267/Call-a-C-Method-From-JavaScript-Hosted-in-a-WebBro This article has a solution but the ObjectForScripting property of the WebBrowser control is not available for device applications. ObjectForScripting is the property used to connect a C# class with the html dislayed in the web browser control.
Michael dg 16-Feb-12 7:05am    
what do you mean by C#? C# is in tablet application, web server, or web service?
AUDissa 16-Feb-12 7:09am    
C# is in a application on the device, I want to load an HTML file and invoke methods from the C# app using JavaScript.

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