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CHAPTER 8 WEBBROWSER CONTROL
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Internet Explorer Mobile does not allow users to download and install thirdparty plug-ins, such as ActiveX controls. That includes Adobe Flash plug-ins. Sites that rely on such plug-ins for their functionality will not work properly on Windows Phone 7. Within the WebBrowser control, users cannot navigate from https:// (secure) to http:// (unsecure) Internet locations. Applications cannot share cookies with Internet Explorer Mobile.
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In addition to this list, there are special cross-site considerations applicable to the WebBrowser control. When a web page loads into the Windows Phone 7 WebBrowser control from the network location (i.e., the Internet), it is prohibited from making web service calls into the domain other than the one it has been loaded from. This is done to prevent unauthorized access to sensitive information without a user s knowledge. This behavior is identical to the behavior of a Silverlight application restricted to web service calls into its own domain unless a special crossdomain.xml file is present at the root of another domain allowing remote calls. However, on Windows Phone 7, content loaded from the Isolated Storage or via the NavigateToString method is not subject to cross-domain restrictions. That also includes content previously loaded from the network location and saved to the Isolated Storage via the SaveToString method. It is therefore extremely important to consider the possible cross-domain consequences of saving web pages into the local storage and then re-loading them.
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In this chapter, you learned to use the WebBrowser control for Windows Phone 7 to search for and display web content in an application. You created a simple Car Browser application using the WebBrowser control and displayed local static and dynamically generated HTML pages. You also learned how to store and retrieve web and HTML content from local storage on the phone itself. You ll explore local storage in greater depth in 13. Finally, you should now have a basic understanding of the viewport and custom Internet Explorer Mobile CSS elements, and an appreciation of the security issues you ll encounter when you use the WebBrowser control. In the next chapter, you ll explore what is perhaps the most important aspect of any modern application: its styling. We will go over general principles of appealing layouts and themes, as well as delve into the specifics of visually engaging controls within applications.
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Every time you pass through an airport or a train station, you expect to see a myriad of signs directing you to points of interest connecting gates, luggage pickup, or a taxi line. And while the words on these signs are certainly important, perhaps just as important are the visual symbols drawn on them that are used to better communicate their meaning. Our minds become so accustomed to visual elements that often we don t even need to read the words to understand a sign s meaning, and the presence of visual elements certainly saves us when we re traveling to another country whose language we don t speak. This universal visual language of signs is the big idea behind the user interface system in Windows Phone 7. Microsoft designers want Windows Phone 7 User Interface (UI) elements to direct users to the content that they want, just as airport signs direct people where they need to go. Within Microsoft, this contemporary UI has been code-named Metro and, per the User Interface Design and Interaction Guide, elements of Metro UI are meant to be visually appealing and to encourage exploration of the applications you build. In this chapter, you will explore the most important design principles at the heart of Metro UI, and learn how you can ensure that your application conforms to them. You will also gain an understanding of themes on the Windows Phone 7 device and how to ensure that your application is theme-aware. Finally, you will take a look at the controls that are available to you for use in Windows Phone 7 applications, especially the innovative Panorama and Pivot controls that are unique to Windows Phone 7. You have already used a few in the previous chapters of this book, so here we will recap and introduce you to the controls used not quite as frequently.
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