DotNetBrowser

DotNetBrowser 1.13

Add Chromium-based browser to .NET app

DotNetBrowser integrates Chromium-based browser component into .NET applications and provides HTML5, CSS and JavaScript support, bidirectional JavaScript to .NET bridge, handling SSL X.509 Certificates and JavaScript dialogues, browser events listener, popup and resource handler, plugin manager, save web page functionality, JavaScript console listener, and ability to modify browser’s User-Agent string.

DotNetBrowser 1.13 details

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License: Commercial
Price: $1199.00
Released:
File size: 554.50 MB
Downloads: 60
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Author URL: http://www.teamdev.com
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User Rating: 1.0 (1 vote)

Windows 10

x32

Windows 10

x64

DotNetBrowser for Windows 10 - Full description

DotNetBrowser integrates Chromium-based browser component into .NET applications and provides the following functionality: via inherited Chromium’s Multi-Process architecture DotNetBrowser renders every web page in separate Chromium process, saving the memory of your .NET application. You can handle load activity in the embedded browser via LoadHandler. We provide a bidirectional JavaScript to .NET bridge that allows you to execute JavaScript code on the loaded pages and return the result to .NET side. DotNetBrowser allows you to register new JavaScript functions on the loaded web page and associate them with .NET methods. With DotNetBrowser your .NET desktop application can display modern web pages built with HTML5, CSS and JavaScript. The library allows handling SSL X.509 Certificates and JavaScript dialogues, such as Alert, Confirmation, Prompt, BeforeUnload, Open/Save File. DotNetBrowser features also include listener of browser events, popup and resource handler, plugin manager. Library allows saving the loaded web page as a set of files, listen to JavaScript console messages to get JavaScript notification errors, and modify browser’s User-Agent string.

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