DotNetBrowser

Solution for integration of Chromium-based component into .NET applications.

Latest version published about 4 years ago
VersionReleasedDeprecated
1.21.5Feb 25, 2020
Jul 14, 2022
almost 2 years ago
1.21.4Feb 24, 2020
Jul 14, 2022
almost 2 years ago
1.21.3Feb 11, 2020
Jul 14, 2022
almost 2 years ago
1.21.2Dec 25, 2019
Jul 14, 2022
almost 2 years ago
1.21.1Oct 24, 2019
Jul 14, 2022
almost 2 years ago
1.21.0Aug 20, 2019
Jul 14, 2022
almost 2 years ago
1.20.1Jun 11, 2019
Jul 14, 2022
almost 2 years ago
1.20.0Apr 1, 2019
Jul 14, 2022
almost 2 years ago
1.19.1Jan 14, 2019
Jul 14, 2022
almost 2 years ago
1.19.0Nov 27, 2018
Jul 14, 2022
almost 2 years ago

Last updated on 19 January-2024, at 02:15 (UTC).

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Description

A Chromium-based WPF/WinForms component that can be embedded into your .NET application to display modern web pages built with HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, Silverlight etc. To be able to use DotNetBrowser, you should obtain a licence by filling a form at https://www.teamdev.com/dotnetbrowser#evaluate

FAQs

> Is DotNetBrowser Deprecated?

It appears there are some versions of DotNetBrowser that are deprecated.

> What is the deprecation date for the latest version of DotNetBrowser?

The latest version of DotNetBrowser was released on Feb 25, 2020, and it is now deprecated.

> What does deprecated mean?

Deprecated means that the package was either marked as deprecated on the package registry, or that the source code repository for the package was archived.