Posted on November 21, 2016
We focused on improving the following areas:
- Improved page load performance.
- Improved page scrolling smoothness. Now there is no visible delay when scrolling the loaded web page via dragging the scrollbar.
Added the ability to obtain
DOMElement position properties:
- Ability to configure proxy when browser is running. The previous versions of DotNetBrowser allowed to configure proxy settings only once – before creating a
Browserinstance. Now it is possible to switch to another proxy without creating a new
- HTML5 App Cache support. This type of cache is used by some web applications to make them accessible even without an internet connection.
- Ability to intercept HTTP response and access its contents. The previous versions of DotNetBrowser were able to intercept the requests, but not the responses.
- Fixed keyboard event handling for Windows Forms heavyweight control. In previous versions, the proper key events were not fired for this control.
- Fixed an issue related to processing the
User-Agentstring with spaces.
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