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Discussion in 'C, C++, C#' started by capripio, Apr 6, 2013.

  1. capripio

    capripio Regular Member

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    Hey Folks,
    I am searching for Best WebBrowser Controller for C# that's support Proxy and multitheading. I have Tried Gecko (xulrunner) and WebKitDotNet. Gecko is not good with threading stuff. And WebKitDotNet Not support proxy (If I am rite).

    Thanks for Replay!
     
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    The best part is, it drives your real browser. It can drive IE, Firefox and Chrome. So it support everything what actually the real browser support. WATIN is also there but I used it only with ruby, WATIR, and it also work fine but not sure about its performance with c#
     
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    Well I don't know how to render Control on from and attach proxy I am reading some stuff... and learning!
     
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    is its support proxy?
     
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    Phantomjs.org
    Supports proxy
     
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    Yes it does support proxies.
     
  10. seriousjoker

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    Selenium does support proxies, it supports everything which a webrowser supports. You set the size of the browser, handle cookies, use proxies, handle the complex jquery and ajax calls as a good webbrowser like firefox does. It does not fake the browser but drive the real browser.
     
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    Look Nice but there any tutorials or sample code?
     
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    Code:
    [URL]http://docs.seleniumhq.org/docs/03_webdriver.jsp[/URL]
    Yes, there are.
     
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    Thanks for information, I have been learning from documents and found that every browser required to be installed in PC right? and have driver for it like chrome and IE I am wondering if I use IE + IE Driver and create multiples instances with each have own proxy its would effect on my real out side the application browser and is its compitibiles with Threading.
     
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    If you're going to be multi-threading, I suggest you use web-requests If web-browser is absolutely necessary, you could try using SHDocVw (probably spelled that wrong, but a google search should get you what you're looking for). Not sure about how well it works with multi-threading, but at this point, it's probably the best option (over tossing in a chunky library and distributing it's dependencies).
     
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    what do u want to make?
     
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    Why the heck are you bumping old threads if you have nothing new to contribute?
     
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    Thanks a lot capripio for your help.