This is a beta release of my WebView extension which allows you to embed online content into your app via iOS's built-in UIWebView component.
Please see the WebView.htm help file for details and the Browser.mfa file for an example.
Please post any issues you have on this thread. I've only tested it on the simulators and my own iPhone 3GS so far.
Here's the main description from the help file:
"This WebView object allows you to embed online content into your MMF iOS app. You can set its placement and dimensions as you wish in the frame editor, send events to make it load urls, and query it about its loading status (to display "loading..." messages and such). The user can zoom in out and out with gestures, fill out online forms, click links, etc in WebView just like on Safari. Any media files that QuickTime can normally play in Safari will play in WebView as well (with that same 'going to fullscreen' behavior that QuickTime does in Safari). Some HTML5 works correctly in WebView, some not (you'll just have to test).
On the PC side within MMF, the extension is basically just a shell to allow you to place and size the WebView window in your frame, and to attach events to it. It has no functionality when run on a PC. You can see it in action once you've built your app's XCode project and are running it in a simulator or iOS device.
A Browser.mfa showing a basic web browser is included as an example of WebView's functionality, not as an example of a good browser. ."