[Mono-osx] Mono WebBrowser on MAC OS X
andyamsterdam2003 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 31 06:15:52 EST 2011
Did you know that you can embed the WebKit browser if you use Java SWT? or
you can use Safari or Mozilla as well. WebKit comes as a component that you
can load and add as a child window so that it's basically embedded in your
app. If you want to know more about this then let me know and i'll point
you in the right direction. If you just want a browser which isn't so
integrated into your app. you can just invoke it via the JVM as a separate
process and even communicate with it via XML or XMLRPC or whatever method
Note that Eclipse SWT already support Window/Mac/Linux with full browser
support for all three. See http://www.eclipse.org/swt/faq.php#whatisbrowser
On Thu, Nov 18, 2010 at 8:34 AM, creatorul <creatorulcom at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello Guys,
> After two days of searching and pulling my hair out, I decided to post here
> as last chance for my current idea.
> I have an app created in C# under .NET 2.0 and I need to port this on MAC
> X. Unfortunately it contains a WebBrowser control which of course isnt
> comptible. Maybe it works on linux but on MAC OS X I get that libgluezilla
> is missing and as far as I researched there is no version for MAC.
> I'm currently trying to rewrite it in MonoDevelop using GTK# 2.0 but I find
> it difficult as I go.
> I'm not able to use the WebBrowser inside GTK# 2.0 (not with MonoDevelop on
> MAC Leopard and not even with windows version of Monodevelop on Windows
> This is my first time on mono and I find it a bit more difficult since
> is no WebBrowser control in the deisgner toolbox.
> My question is:
> 1. Is there any way I can make the WebBrowser control work on MAC OS X ?
> (maybe the webkit version ? )
> 2. What do I have to import in the references part to be able to use
> Mono.WebBrowser ? ( I tried to use System.Windows.Forms.WebBrowser but I
> can't add that in a GTK# container)
> The only backup plan I have for this is Java + SWT web browser .. but I
> really want to keep things in .NET world.
> Thanks for your help
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