Installing from NuGet

This guide describes how to add DotNetBrowser to your .NET project from NuGet.

To add DotNetBrowser to project, install the appropriate NuGet packages listed below.

DotNetBrowser itself depends on protobuf-net. The corresponding package is automatically fetched while installing DotNetBrowser NuGet packages.

Cross-platform

If you need DotNetBrowser to work on all supported platforms, you can install the appropriate packages listed below.

DotNetBrowser.CrossPlatform
DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Win-x86
DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Win-x64
DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Linux-x64
DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Linux-arm64
DotNetBrowser.Chromium.macOS-x64 DotNetBrowser.Chromium.macOS-arm64

Installing DotNetBrowser.CrossPlatform fetches the rest required packages.

Platform-specific

If you need DotNetBrowser to work only on a specific platform, you can install the appropriate packages listed below.

Windows AnyCPU

DotNetBrowser
DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Win-x86.Net45 / DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Win-x86.NetStandard20
DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Win-x64.Net45 / DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Win-x64.NetStandard20

Installing DotNetBrowser fetches the required Chromium binaries depending on the target platform automatically.

Windows x86

DotNetBrowser.x86
DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Win-x86.NET45 / DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Win-x86.NetStandard20

Windows x64

DotNetBrowser.x64
DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Win-x64.NET45 / DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Win-x64.NetStandard20

Linux x64

DotNetBrowser.Linux-x64
DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Linux-x64

Linux ARM64

DotNetBrowser.Linux-arm64
DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Linux-arm64

macOS x64

DotNetBrowser.macOS-x64
DotNetBrowser.Chromium.macOS-x64

macOS ARM64

DotNetBrowser.macOS-arm64
DotNetBrowser.Chromium.macOS-arm64

UI framework

If you develop a desktop application where you want to display some web content, install one more package depending on the UI framework you use.

WPF

DotNetBrowser
DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Win-x86.Net45 / DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Win-x86.NetStandard20
DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Win-x64.Net45 / DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Win-x64.NetStandard20
DotNetBrowser.Wpf

Installing DotNetBrowser.Wpf fetches the rest required packages.

If your WPF application runs on 64-bit platforms, and 32-bit platforms are not supported, you can install DotNetBrowser.Wpf.x64 package. DotNetBrowser.x64, DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Win-x64.Net45 or DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Win-x64.NetStandard20 (depending on the target framework) packages are fetched and installed automatically.

WinForms

DotNetBrowser
DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Win-x86.Net45 / DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Win-x86.NetStandard20
DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Win-x64.Net45 / DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Win-x64.NetStandard20
DotNetBrowser.WinForms

Installing DotNetBrowser.WinForms fetches the rest required packages.

If your WinForms application runs on 32-bit platforms, and 64-bit platforms are not supported, you can install DotNetBrowser.WinForms.x86 package. DotNetBrowser.x86, DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Win-x86.Net45 or DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Win-x86.NetStandard20 (depending on the target framework) packages are fetched and installed automatically.

NuGet Package Manager in Visual Studio

To install the required NuGet packages, follow the below instructions:

  1. In Solution Explorer, right-click References and choose Manage NuGet Packages:

    Manage NuGet Packages

  2. Choose “nuget.org” as the Package source, select the Browse tab, search for “DotNetBrowser”, select the required package and hit Install:

    Install package

  3. Accept the prompted license agreement to continue installation.

Install NuGet Packages using the dotnet CLI

To install the required NuGet packages, follow the below instructions:

  1. Open a command line and switch to the directory that contains your project file.

  2. Run the following command to install the needed package:
    dotnet add package <DotNetBrowser_package_name>
    
  3. After the command completes, the package reference will appear in the .csproj file.

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