I am not quite sure, and haven't been able to find anything.
Looking over the W3C document, it seems I need to do something like:
parser = new DOMParser(); xmlString = parser.parseFromString(txt, "text/xml");
Which should return a DOM object from the XML (which here is represented by the string txt). I should then be able to access the properties of this DOM object from
Assuming we have an XML node such as:
However, this doesn't seem to work. Setting that nodeValue into a string and returning it returns nil. Likewise, form fields are not populated.
My question, then, is whether the embedded browser in an app can utilize the DOM Parser - and if it can, what syntax I might use to access values from it?