Finally there’s a consistent way to host the Chromium engine in your Windows applications
In the ancient days of the 1990s, when the internet was a new and trendy invention, programmers wondered if it might be a good vehicle for applications. So we tried to take the desktop technology of the time and wedge that into our web browsers. We used tools like ActiveX plugins and Java applets. We used embarrassingly bad, proprietary plugins like Office Web Components and FrontPage Extensions. Most sensible programmers stayed far away.
Despite the popularity of hybrid applications, modern solutions for rolling your own are a bit of a patchwork. If you don’t want to use a full framework like Electron, you need to rely on a system control like
WebBrowser (the original, IE-powered window for hosting web content) or the newer
Microsoft has been promising a fix for a while. They demonstrated a successor to
WebView for C++ applications at last year’s Build conference. Now this successor,
WebView2, is finally arriving and finally supports all types of Windows applications.
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