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12-01-2011 08:03 AM
I tried to find RenderingSession and HttpConnection classes alternatives in the Native SDK but without success. I just need some kind of web browser control and simple http connection to download files over the Internet. Any suggestions?
12-09-2011 10:46 AM
Please see navigator_invoke method in include/bps/navigator.h.
in the ndk, to call up the browser, youi can pass in a URI to that method.
If you're just looking to grab data via HTTP, we have libcurl present.
Please see include/curl/curl.h.
06-01-2012 11:59 AM
Anhu has told you what to use.
If you want to open a web page, use the navigator_invoke method to tell the native browser to open a URL that you specifiy.
If you need to send/receive data over HTTP in your application, you can use libcurl.