Awesomium.NET Samples v1.6.4

Rating:        Based on 8 ratings
Reviewed:  5 reviews
Downloads: 20479
Change Set: 7068
Released: Jan 27, 2012
Updated: Jan 27, 2012 by Perikles
Dev status: Stable Help Icon

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Release Notes

Follow the steps below to run the samples:

  • Make sure Visual Studio 2010 is not running on your system.
  • Download the Awesomium SDK v.1.6.4 here. If you have version 1.6.3 already installed, you can optionally select the Check for Updates shortcut in the Awesomium v1.6.3 folder under your Start Menu.
  • Install the Awesomium SDK v1.6.4. The installer will:
    1. Install the necessary Awesomium libraries.
    2. Install the Awesomium.NET binaries.
    3. Deploy the Awesomium.NET binaries in GAC.
    4. Add the WPF & Windows Forms WebControls in VS Toolbox.
    5. Copy the original Awesomium.NET Samples under: %MyDocuments%\Visual Studio 2010\Projects\Awesomium.Net\1.6.4\Samples
  • Download the Codeplex release of Awesomium.NET Samples ( above).
  • Extract the contents to: %MyDocuments%\Visual Studio 2010\Projects\Awesomium.Net\1.6.4\Samples_XXXX Where XXXX is the Change Set as in the downloaded zip file. Optionally, you can substitute the existing Samples folder.
  • Open Awesomium.NET Samples.sln in Visual Studio 2010.

Reviews for this release

SDK does not install libraries to GAC, and samples do not build... Disapointing.
by jhebbel on Mar 29, 2015 at 9:15 PM
These samples are outdated and won't build with the latest SDK. Use the samples that come with the SDK! (The SDK puts a link in the Start Menu). Awesomium itself is fantastic!
by MikeTV on Feb 15, 2014 at 12:50 AM
So far, so good. I needed a web control inside my transparency allowed WPF app, but .NET's default web control can't render with transparency and besides everytime I loaded an html from a database I had this horrible "...allow script running blah blah..." dialog everytime I loaded even a single html code and finally I had a lot problems trying to show Flash content. But thankfully Awesomium works flawlessly, I just dragged it from the toolbox and it worked like a charm, and navigating with transparency enabled looks cool. I'm using VS 2015 and C#, the control is good and I'm really looking forward for x64 version. I'll work more with this great component and I'm pretty sure I will rise my rating to 5 stars. Kudos to the dev team, great work.
by p4bl0cs on Jan 6 at 10:52 PM
by zhangpan0912 on Apr 16, 2014 at 1:34 AM
Only the very basics. Nothing usefull.
by Finchsize on Apr 3, 2013 at 11:10 PM