I'm more or less satisfied with what I've accomplished with my experiments.
I'm now able to "bootstrap" (in lack of a better term) a JS-library/HTML to a WebBrowser control. This enables you to write truly offline widgets (no HTTP-task involved) for your notes-apps.
I'm also able to bind LS-functions to the events available in the WebBrowser-control using environment variables and Execute.
I won't be able to clean up the demo-app today. Hopefully I'll be done tomorrow if nothing else comes up.
Until then, I've made another flash showing a youtube-movie inside Notes (for instruction videos/etc.), and logging of navigation (for tracking of online wizards inside Notes/etc.) in the webbrowser using the BeforeNavigate2-event.
If you want me to do make another example of integration with the WebBrowser-control, leave a comment, and I'll see what I can do.
All the flash-demos:
Demo 1 - simple usage
Demo 2 - Web autocomplete to Notes
Demo 3 - Offline Mootools-demo
Demo 4 - Web Autocomplete - Add friends
Demo 5 - Loading Youtube-movies/logging navigation