Note: Advice in this article will only work for DotNetBrowser 1.
See the corresponding article for DotNetBrowser 2 here.

DotNetBrowser is provided in a simple ZIP archive — dotnetbrowser.zip. The archive has the following structure:


  

Library\
    DotNetBrowser.dll
    DotNetBrowser.Chromium.dll
    Documentation\
        API\
        Guide\
Samples\
    ContextMenuSample\
    CookieSample\
    DOMEventsSample\
    DOMGetAttributesSample\
    DOMGetElementsSample\
    DOMQuerySelectorSample\
    DOMSelectOption\
    DOMSetNodeValueSample\
    DOMSimulateClickSample\
    DownloadSample\
    ExecuteJavaScript\
    GetHTML\
    LoadEvents\
    WinForms.Demo\
    WPF.Demo\
    WPF.LoadHTML\
    ZoomSample\
    DotNetBrowser.Samples.sln
Readme.txt

 

To include DotNetBrowser into your Microsoft Visual Studio 2013 Project, you need to download and extract the archive into a directory. Then include DotNetBrowser.dll into your .NET Visual Studio 2013 Project by taking the following actions:


1. In Solution Explorer, right-click References and select the Add Reference... menu item:


DotNetBrowser Installation


2. In the opened Reference Manager, dialog click on "Browse..." button:


3. Select the DotNetBrowser.dll file and click Add

4. Click OK: