Example 1: Everything you can do with HTML, and more...
MenuBox comes with several sample projects. This example was created in
HTML. Like all MenuBox
projects it looks and feels more like an
application than a traditional web page.
Just set the window content size, a
title and an icon, and decide whether
you want borders, scroll bars, full
screen display, etc., then link to your
HTML. The user will not see browser-like
menu options such as "View Source". The
window can be closed and applications
can be launched from your HTML code
without annoying browser confirmation
messages being displayed. This, and much
more, is made possible by the MenuBox
document object model (DOM), which
combines the best of the browser
container functionality (which is part
of Windows) with sophisticated
extensions which are included with
MenuBox, and which are accessible to
your scripting code.