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JsEvaluator may help you run JavaScript in an Android app and get the results. This is an alternative to evaluateJavascript method of the WebView. Supports Android version 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) and newer. For less information, see Gradle/Maven setup instructions on JsEvaluator jitpack.io page.




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