Discussion of Embedded Web Browser and a Chat Client
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Embedded Web Browser and a Chat Client v.14.70.0||FWS
|By Eran Bodankin. Embedded Web Browser is a package of components that demonstrates an easy way to implement IDocHostUIHandler and IDocHostShowUI with TWebbrowser.
It includes all the needed components / procedures you will need to build
a web browser or a chat client.
Including Highlight Html, XML And Full chat Client support..
The package contains a demo that contain most of the procedures implementation.
The EmbeddedWB is based on code by Linds Larsen & Eran Bodankin. Read the credits
file to know "Who did what".
A partial list of the components in the package:
- Import Favorites.
- IEAddress ComboBox.
- UILess parser.
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