- Context menu
- User data profiles
- Credit cards
- Spell checker
- Common exceptions
- Application does not terminate
- Video does not play
- Cannot sign in to Google acccount
- Color scheme
- Startup failure on Windows
- Slow startup on Windows
- Unresponsive .NET Application
- Unexpected Chromium process termination
- Unexpected behavior
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.
If you need DotNetBrowser to work only on a specific platform, you can install the appropriate packages listed below.
DotNetBrowser fetches the rest above-mentioned packages automatically.
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.
DotNetBrowser.Wpf fetches the rest above-mentioned packages automatically.
If your WPF application runs on 64-bit platforms, and 32-bit platforms are not supported, you can install
DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Win-x64 packages are fetched and installed automatically.
DotNetBrowser.WinForms fetches the rest above-mentioned packages automatically.
If your WinForms application runs on 32-bit platforms, and 64-bit platforms are not supported, you can install
DotNetBrowser.Chromium.Win-x86 packages are fetched and installed automatically.
NuGet Package Manager
To install the required NuGet packages, follow the below instructions:
In Solution Explorer, right-click References and choose Manage NuGet Packages:
Choose “nuget.org” as the Package source, select the Browse tab, search for “DotNetBrowser”, select the required package and hit Install:
Accept the prompted license agreement to continue installation.