wxHTML For Beginners
Embedding a Web browser in your application eliminates the need to worry about which browser a client uses to view your pages, and also allows you to create custom tags that tie the HTML page back to your application. For example, for the help system in an IDE, a user could browse a function reference where you have created custom tags, and when the user clicks on the function name, the function call could be inserted into the user's code.
(Submitted by Maria Fri May 24, 2002 )
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