EO.WebBrowser for .NET 2018.0.9.0: A Powerful and Flexible Browser Engine for Your .NET Applications
If you are looking for a way to integrate web page related features in your .NET applications, you may want to check out EO.WebBrowser for .NET 2018.0.9.0. This is a .NET class library that contains a set of .NET components that allow you to embed a web browser engine based on Google's Chrome project in your applications.
EO.WebBrowser also offers many advanced features that give you more control and flexibility over the web page rendering and interaction. For example, you can:
Use custom resource handler and custom download handler;
Use wrapper controls for both Windows Forms applications and WPF applications;
Use wrapper class for native C++ applications.
With EO.WebBrowser, you can turn any web page into an integral part of your application -- both visually and programmatically. You can use it to create a mini web browser, a web-based user interface, a web scraper, a PDF viewer, a HTML editor, and more.
To get started with EO.WebBrowser, you can download a free trial from here. You can also find documentation, samples, and support from here.To install EO.WebBrowser, you have two options:
Use the EO.Total installer. This is a package that includes EO.WebBrowser and other products from Essential Objects. You can download it from here. The installer will also install documentation, samples, and utilities for EO.WebBrowser on your machine. Note that you never need to run the installer on the actual client computer or your production server.
Use the NuGet package manager. This is a tool that allows you to easily manage dependencies and packages for your .NET projects. You can install EO.WebBrowser from NuGet by running the following command in the Package Manager Console: Install-Package EO.WebBrowser. This will download and reference the EO.WebBrowser DLL file in your project. You can also use the .NET CLI or other tools to install EO.WebBrowser from NuGet.
After installing EO.WebBrowser, you can start using it in your Windows Forms project by following these steps:
Open a Form in design view;
Select View -> Toolbox from the main menu to display the toolbox;
Expand \"EO.WebBrowser\" tab. If you do not see this tab, follow these steps to add it: Right click in a blank area of the toolbox and click Add Tab, then type \"EO.WebBrowser\" as the name of the new tab; From the Tools menu, choose Add/Remove Toolbox Items (or Choose Items). In the dialog box that appears, click Browse and locate EO.Web.dll file. Select it and click OK;
Drag and drop a WebControl from the toolbox onto your Form;
Set the Url property of the WebControl to the web page you want to load;