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Created attachment 13291 [details]
HTML test file
Created attachment 13292 [details]
Test Forms App
Put the html file on a test server. In the app, update the targetUrl in Webpage.cs to point to your copy of the file. Note that the alert, which displays the EventArgs.Result, displays Failure. Edit the html file and remove the JQuery/JQM lines, run the app again, and the alert will report Success.
Found this information, not sure if this is causing the issue:
The Chromecast team have indicated they won't fix this bug.
If you are a developer shipping with this library, you can't do anything about it according to Chromecast team. You can only inform users to ignore the errors. (I believe Chromecast team is not entirely correct as the library could, at the least, avoid requesting the extension scipt if the browser is not Chrome. And I suspect it could be possible to suppress the error even if it is Chrome, but haven't tried anything.)
Look at the source of www-embed-player.js (loaded from s.ytimg.com, it's YouTube static files CDN). You'll find the following:
Any update on this?
This is not an issue with Xamarin.Forms and wont be fixed in Forms.