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  1. Andy Patterson
    Posted February 10, 2016 at 9:46 am | Permalink

    Hi Kraig,

    Really loved the Channel 9 interview, I've been a developer since the 3.11/95 days so a mix for me to begin with back in the day :) I remember COM and implementing it for a component Blockbuster were trialling; someone said but I can't remember who that they went through months of mental fog lol! It was the same for me (it might have been 'Inside Distributed COM) anyway, ever so pleased to have met you on Channel 9.



  2. Gerard Bucas
    Posted June 12, 2017 at 4:34 am | Permalink


    I enjoyed reading your series "Moving from iframe to webview…".
    For some reason or other I have a problem using the "x-ms-webview" elemet in a ".hta" file (HTML Application). When I use that element (instead of an iframe) in a ".hts"it seems to be totally ignored (no error, no rendering!).

    For exampe in the page below, the iframe renders fine BUT the webview seems to do nothing..
    Is there any reason why a xs-ms-webview element won't work in a ".hta" and if yes, is there a way to get it to work..? This is really confusing me… (seems so simple! :) ).

    <!DOCTYPE html>
    <html lang="en" xmlns=""&gt;
        <HTA:APPLICATION ID="HTAinfo" 
    <div><x-ms-webview id="WebView1" src=""></x-ms-webview></div&gt;
    <div><iframe id="frame1" src=""></iframe&gt;



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