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Default How to Use BrowserField to display the HTML content

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Hi all,

For my application i required to display HTML content stored in local file system or sd card.

I already gone through BrowserFieldSample Demo application, but the sample uses HttpConnection and am stuck with converting it to InputConnection or FileConnection.

I tried modifying the BrowserField sample to render content from a HTML resource - but couldn't come with an implementation.

Please let me know if there will be any other solution available to get the HTML resource to displayed in the BrowserField.
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