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NJSFC
Posted: Monday, June 22, 2020 3:18:15 PM
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Im using https://www.codeproject.com/Articles/13598/Extended-NET-2-0-WebBrowser-Control
in my private projects since 2010.

Do your control allow the same functionalities as the control mention above.

Regards
NC
eo_support
Posted: Monday, June 22, 2020 4:29:20 PM
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Hi,

Our product should provide much more than .NET's built-in WebBrowser. However you must understand that:

1. Our control is based on Google's Chromium browser engine, not Microsoft's IE browser engine. This means the programming interfaces are different and there is no one to one correspondence between features. We offer much more than IE because Chromium is open source, so we can debug into the source of the project to add functionalities that is not there. IE on the other hand is closed source, so it's a lot harder to extend;

2. Our browser engine is self contained. Even though our engine is based on Chromium engine, because Chromium engine is open source, the entire browser engine compiled and embedded into our DLL. This means that you do not have to Google Chrome installed on the target machine. Microsoft's WebBrowser control relies on IE already installed on the system, which can change from time to time and break your application.

I would recommend you to download the full package from our download page and then play with the sample project to see what you can do with our product. Our entire documentation is also online. You can play with each feature and if you have any questions please feel free to ask.

Thanks!
NJSFC
Posted: Monday, June 22, 2020 4:48:32 PM
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Thanks for your fast response.

If i install your download demo, can i change my code to see if its compatible with your control, or are some limitations i must be ware about.

I reali want to get out of IE dependency, but this is a difficulty choice , if the demo has some limitations to the real thing and i cannot test my code properly.

If your answer is "the demo is just limited in time not funtionalities" i could give it a try and buy your product after that.

Regards
NC

PS: Sorry for the bad english
eo_support
Posted: Monday, June 22, 2020 5:16:37 PM
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Hi,

The demo version does not have feature restrictions. So you can test everything. There are non-feature related restrictions. For example, there is an internal counter that counts how many page you have loaded. After a certain number you will need to restart your application to reset this counter.

Thanks!
NJSFC
Posted: Monday, June 22, 2020 6:03:44 PM
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eo_support wrote:
Hi,

The demo version does not have feature restrictions. So you can test everything. There are non-feature related restrictions. For example, there is an internal counter that counts how many page you have loaded. After a certain number you will need to restart your application to reset this counter.

Thanks!


Thanks for the fast answer.

I will give it a try, and hope for the best :).
eo_support
Posted: Monday, June 22, 2020 6:28:23 PM
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No problem. Please feel free Let us know if you have any questions while trying it out.


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