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Go bindings for the Chromium Embedded Framework (CEF). Currently works for macOS, Windows and Linux.
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I have been trying to get the Java version of Chromium Embedded Framework (JCEF) to work on Eclipse for some time. I am able to verify that the library files are working correctly, since if I run the included sample class files on the VM, the program runs and some webpage is displayed. However, if I run the program from Eclipse, the program will always display a blank window. I am able to verify that the library binary
jcef_helper.exe is successfully run, but not matter how I link the .jar files and other library files, the webpage will not generate and there will always be a blank screen. I cannot pinpoint the issue here. I tried specifying path, adding the JCEF library path of my OS environment variables PATH field to no avail. I have followed the documentation, even sample files behave the same way when I have anything to do with compilation/ run. One note of interest, my Eclipse console will display this during run:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-23 at 21:43
This answer was kindly provided by 'Yanovsky' at the JCEF forums.
The simple example provided by the JCEF package is incomplete.
We need to add a
CefMessageRouter instance to our browser client. This is demonstrated in the detailed examples, but not the simple one. This code should be added before we create our
CefBrowser instance and after we have created a
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-05 at 17:10
CefSharp.PostMessage("Hello world!");is a quite new JS extension of 2020. Make sure your are using the actual CefSharp.
Please explain to me how you can use CEF without rendering pages?
That is, it is necessary that the memory buffer for rendering is not allocated at all.
It seems to write that there is a method CefBrowserHost::Was Hidden - which hides the browser window and the window rendering does not occur.
I use this method:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-11 at 18:41
The error is pretty clear. When you create a new cef browser, make it using off-screen rendering.
Can someone please suggest an example for CEF - how to load an HTML page and put it in std::string?
I looked at the documentation of the CEF, but unfortunately I could not figure out how to do it....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-07 at 01:53
Here's the function you can use: https://bitbucket.org/chromiumembedded/cef/src/7b0bb931b19cb192b1a0cb1838e639a4ad9fb6e3/include/cef_frame.h#lines-123
Please tell me, I'm trying to figure out CEF in the simplest example.
I downloaded precompiled CEF binaries for windows:https://cef-builds.spotifycdn.com/index.html
There was an example inside - I launched and built it, compiled an exe file, it starts and works.
1.Now I have created a new project in VS2019 - connected to it the cef_sandbox.lib file and the header files that were in the example.
2.Compiled an empty main() - everything was compiled.
3.Now I'm adding just one CEF function from the example:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-28 at 12:12
The function that you want to use is defined in the libcef.lib, so you need to include that one too. Also you will need the libcef_dll_wrapper. Both are used by the cef-examples too.
Try to add them, and see if it loads then
I have a XAML file in a project, which I have abstracted down to this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-26 at 15:19
add Loaded event handler:
I have a page that posts some data to the Django back-end and JSON response is returned. I have an issue parsing this using templates. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you in advance....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-25 at 18:17
You cannot use Django templates on the frontend like you tried in the
So first, don't forget to add the HTMX extension and nunjucks library to your JS bundle, or directly into the HTML base template, e.g.:
I've implemented CEFSharp and need to push the required nuget packages to a local nuget server.
Other packages work fine (both created locally, or from third parties), but all of the CEFSharp packages error with
406 (Not Acceptable)
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-17 at 20:04
The CefSharp packages include the source code within the src folder.
i received 406 because my nuget package had a src dir. the nuget server handles packages with src dirs as symbol packages, so in the web.config you have to set "ignoreSymbolsPackages" to false.
According to https://github.com/NuGet/NuGetGallery/issues/5084#issuecomment-486541884 the packages will be treated as symbol packages and setting ignoreSymbolsPackages to false is required.
I am using Selenium to extract data from the following page.
Page url: www2.miami-dadeclerk.com/cef/CitationSearch.aspx
Click on Folio: 0131230371470 . Click on the first one.
I have used the following code to extract certain information:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-28 at 12:20
I have a method that doing Chromium browser initialization. After running two asynchronous method, the program automatically close. Did I use the
Here is the entry point of the program:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Nov-30 at 03:15
This is because of how
await works. When
await acts on a
Task that is incomplete, it returns. So your program is working like this:
Mainruns, and calls
Initializer.Start()runs and calls
ChromiumInfo.InitializeAsync()runs until it calls
await Task.WhenAll(settingInit, browserSettingInit)
Task.WhenAllreturns an incomplete
ChromiumInfo.InitializeAsync()returns its own incomplete
Taskand execution returns to
Initializer.Start()sees the incomplete
Taskand returns its own incomplete
Taskand execution returns to
Main()doesn't act on the
Initializer.Start(), execution continues to the next line, which is the end of the program.
The solution is fairly simple: Change your
Main method to
async and use
No vulnerabilities reported
In the mingw64 msys2 console, run the following: pacman -Syu pacman -Su pacman -S mingw64/mingw-w64-x86_64-gcc mingw64/mingw-w64-x86_64-go mingw64/mingw-w64-x86_64-pkg-config msys/git
In the root of the repo, run:.
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