How to implement a browser in a desktop application?

What are the variants of realization of the browser in the desktop app? webbrowser windows forms legacy and old. Need something like electronjs, but as a library in C#
April 4th 20 at 00:28
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April 4th 20 at 00:30
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April 4th 20 at 00:32
- the CefSharp probably the most promising, given the trends in the browser market
- there are GeckoFx. Samples under forms are. I thought the barrier to entry lower. But (see above) trend, however. And most importantly too rarely updated. Sam Fox can manage to make radical changes in the engine, while the project will release the update. To me is interesting because it has accumulated a lot of experience migrating profiles Fox only 7 or occupies 8 files
for practice, beginners can use WebBrowser/WebView (Forms/WPF). But out of the box. But it IE, alas. There is still a WebView in Windows store is Edge, but there will have to bite XAML with it all even a bit more complicated than just WPF. But by and large, and information in bulk, and store bundles of demo applications

ps bookmarked long been hanging more and ChromiumFX neither of which I can not say about the advantages and disadvantages. but judging by the dates of updates, the project is relatively active, and not something that would be marginal

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