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PocketBrowser is essentially a wrapper for PocketIE. PocketIE is the default browser in Windows Embedded Handheld 6.5. Therefore PocketBrowser wouldn't yield higher performance as you would running the PocketIE browser directly.
I found that RhoElements, which is based on the WebKit rendering engine, performs much faster than the default PocketIE browser. Its referred to as RhoElements Shared Runtime and can be obtained from RhoMobile Suite. RhoMobile Suite is a free download with full features, but as PocketBrowser, a license is required in order to remove the nag-screen.
You can read up and download RhoMobile suite from:
Thank you for the information, I downloaded the RhoElements and simply added http:// site to <StartPage Value=>, seems to be working great.
I've been looking in the documentation but cant seem to find how to configure the RhoElements to show status icons, exit, back and forward icons and popup keyboard.
Do someone know how to configure this since this is the first time looking at RhoMobil Suite.
Original IE Browser.
The customer project is simply to show an Dynamics site and be able to log in, scanning, move back and forward and for support be able to close the application, if availble lock most of it whit password,
You can display the control buttons through the config.xml file by enabling debug. The same file you entered your start page.
More info here: http://docs.rhomobile.com/en/4.0.0/guide/runtime_config
Config.xml File Format
The following is an example of a typical configuration file
<Configuration> <DebugButtons> <DebugButtonsEnabled VALUE="1" /> </DebugButtons>
Adding RhoMobile Capabilities To Your Web Application