so Any ideas
so Any ideas
Last edited by phpgenerator; 2010-06-17 at 07:41.
the most used approach is the one that you've already seen with API Bridge: using a local HTTP server, sending requests from your widget and reading back the response sent from the C++ layer.
Are you looking for alternatives to API Bridge itself?
I want the reverse sending requests from c++ layer to ApiBridge
Ok what about ECOM what is it exactly and how can I use it in this situation
the ECOM interface allows you to write and plug your custom plugins into API Bridge (some Symbian C++ experts could add more details here ).
Do you think this could work in your case?
I think that I can use the example of EchoServelt and change the content of
[ void CEchoServlet::ServiceL( MHttpRequest* req ) ]
and write my own implementation
what do you think ??
I made this code
is it right as a concept or what
void CEchoServlet::ServiceL( MHttpRequest* req )
//Get the parameters from the request
qp.ParseL( req->GetRequest()->GetQuery() );
//Read the parameters from the query
TPtrC8 msg = qp.GetValue( _L8( "msg" ) );
TPtrC8 err = qp.GetValue( _L8( "err" ) );
//Check if the "err" parameter was passed
//Respond with an error
CMyControl* ctrl = new(ELeave) CMyControl;
ctrl->ConstructL(TRect(0, 0, 176, 208));
I want to ask something
I think I need to make applciation in runtime and create my gui on it
Am I right or I can use gui directly and this gui will apppear behind the browser (I am talking regarding to the last code I paste )