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Using Third Party Web Controls

The New Web Control SDK

Issue: 11.1 (January/February 2013)
Author: Paul Lefebvre
Author Bio: Paul Lefebvre is the Real Software Developer Evangelist. He has developed software professionally for almost 20 years and has used Real Studio for over 10 years.
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WebControl SDK

Introduced in the newly available Real Studio 2012 Release 2, the WebControl SDK is a way for you to interface JavaScript controls (either 3rd party or ones you create yourself) with Real Studio.

The SDK does this by using a new class, WebControlWrapper, which provides events you can implement to hook up the JavaScript controls to Real Studio.

Creating an HTMLArea Control

One example of a control that you can create is an HTMLArea that displays arbitrary HTML (like WebHTMLViewer does), but also allows you to handle all the links that are clicked.

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