Stack overflow??

embedded bro

I have an embedded browser and I don’t know what that means except it’s for nefarious purposes .. the writing below is what I’ve found on it on a webpage.. I guess I just went to look at this post and it was totally different from what I thought I posted

For the most part, the UI interface will be presented via a web page within an embedded browser, which will be hosted by a device-resident ‘wrapper’ application. For one or two transactions, the application wrapper will need to be informed of the user’s interaction with the web page.

I’ve done something similar in the past for Windows. With the Microsoft embedded browser control, an event is raised for navigation events, allowing the host container to handle those events. Are the embedded browsers for iOS, Android similarly constructed so that their host container can receive notification of user interactions which occur within the browser?

Thanks for your advice!



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