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    Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    Here's a very easy to follow tutorial how to implement the Firefox/Gecko plugin within Visual Studio and use it as an IE replacement. It's faster and safer and better then the IE component and no IE or other browser needed on the client-computer to make it work.

    These are only the very basics to make it work.

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    1) Download and extract: http://releases.mozilla.org/pub/mozi...n-US.win32.zip
    Within the extracted folder You find a folder with the name "xulrunner"

    2) Drag the whole folder (including sub-folders and files) to your solution explorer;

    3) Now, every file! within the xulrunner-folder need to be Copy To Output Dir -> Copy if Newer



    4) Download and extract: http://geckofx.googlecode.com/files/...n.v1.9.1.0.zip

    5) Cut/copy the file "Skybound.Gecko.dll" from the bin-folder and place it where ever you want. There is no need for the rest so you can throw that away.

    6) Now you need to add the "Skybound.Gecko.dll" to your toolbox.
    - right-click the "Toolbox" and select "Choose Items...";
    - click "browse" in the ".NET Frameworks components" Tab;
    - search for the Skybound.Gecko.dll and press OK; (GeckoWebbrowser appears, see image below. I created a new tab for the component. You can do that also.)



    Now we can do stuff:

    7) Add the component and a button to your Form;

    UPDATED 25-03-2011
    -------------------------------------------------------------
    8) Open the properties of your application;
    9) Click on "View Application Events" in the "Application"-tab;

    Copy and past the following:

    Code:
    Imports Skybound.Gecko
    Imports System.IO
    
    Namespace My
    
        ' The following events are available for MyApplication:
        ' 
        ' Startup: Raised when the application starts, before the startup form is created.
        ' Shutdown: Raised after all application forms are closed.  This event is not raised if the application terminates abnormally.
        ' UnhandledException: Raised if the application encounters an unhandled exception.
        ' StartupNextInstance: Raised when launching a single-instance application and the application is already active. 
        ' NetworkAvailabilityChanged: Raised when the network connection is connected or disconnected.
        Partial Friend Class MyApplication
    
            Protected Overrides Function OnStartup(ByVal eventArgs As Microsoft.VisualBasic.ApplicationServices.StartupEventArgs) As Boolean
    
                Dim ProfileDirectory As String = Environment.GetFolderPath(Environment.SpecialFolder.LocalApplicationData) & "\subfolder\xulrunner\DefaultProfile"
    
                If Not Directory.Exists(ProfileDirectory) Then
                    Directory.CreateDirectory(ProfileDirectory)
                End If
                Xpcom.ProfileDirectory = ProfileDirectory
    
                Dim xrPath As String = System.Reflection.Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly.Location
                xrPath = xrPath.Substring(0, xrPath.LastIndexOf("\") + 1) & "\subfolder\xulrunner"
                Xpcom.Initialize(xrPath)
    
                Return True
            End Function
        End Class
    End Namespace
    You can change the name and path of the folder like you want it to be. This means you can also change the name "xulrunner"

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    10) Copy and paste the following code into your Form and run:

    Code:
    Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
        GeckoWebBrowser1.Navigate("http://www.radjesh.nl")
    End Sub
    ==================================
    http://www.mediafire.com/?9s95u1ex9zj4q19 <<< Download example (7MB (.rar))
    ==================================


    That's it.Happy Coding and God Bless
    Last edited by Radjesh Klauke; Mar 29th, 2011 at 05:21 AM.


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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    Hi,
    I have been looking for a way to do this for ages.
    I have followed your instructions but every time I try and run the program I get an error box with the following:

    network39
    However when I check the location the xulrunner folder and files are all there.
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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    Hmmm... That is really weird. You did call the Initialize component in the Form_load? You are sure that you have copied all the files? Make sure you did.

    Code:
    Skybound.Gecko.Xpcom.Initialize(Application.StartupPath & "\xulrunner\")


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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    Quote Originally Posted by Radjesh Klauke View Post
    Hmmm... That is really weird. You did call the Initialize component in the Form_load? You are sure that you have copied all the files? Make sure you did.

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    Skybound.Gecko.Xpcom.Initialize(Application.StartupPath & "\xulrunner\")
    Hi,
    Yes I initialized the code in Form_Load and all files are copied to location.
    I am banging my head against the wall here, I really want to use this but just cant see why the files are not being recognised.

    Here is a screenshot of my explorer, as you can see the folder has been copied to output (debug) with no problems and all the files/folders are there.

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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    Ok.... try this:

    Drag all the files and folders out of the xulrunner-folder in your solution explorer to your project and recode:
    Code:
    Skybound.Gecko.Xpcom.Initialize(Application.StartupPath)
    So no file should be in the "xulrunner" folder anymore. Tell me if it worked, so I'll change the tuto above. This is still very strange behavior, 'cause it works fine in my current project, but in a new project I got the same error. The solution above worked for me. Yet, very, very, very strange...
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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    Thanks Radjesh Klauke
    I moved files directly into project solution and changed initial call to:
    vb Code:
    1. Skybound.Gecko.Xpcom.Initialize(Application.StartupPath)

    All works great now.

    Many thanks

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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    Great to hear. I will adjust the tuto.


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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    What are the methods from this API ?

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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    Have a look at: http://geckofx.org/


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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    Thanks for sharing can you tell me which is ProgressChanged Event in it ?? there is no ProgressChanged any alternative in this.

    also tell me if I delete IE and Firefox did my project work now ??

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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    Very interesting if this actually works. Does it also include the JavaScript engine, not just the HTML rendering?

    Visual Studio 2010

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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    is there a faster way to do this: Copy To Output Dir -> Copy if Newer

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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    i noticed that when playing youtube videos in this browser the volume is extremely low...(i played the same videos in chrome and it was regular loud) Can i fix this?

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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    Sorry for the late reply, but I really don't know. Try to ask that on the forum of GeckoFX.


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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    I am unable to show Context Menu in Gecko Web browser. Also i don't find any help on Geckofx forum. Please any one here can solve my problem. is there any why to show context menu

    i am using xurlrunner 1.9.1

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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    You didn't search: http://geckofx.org/viewtopic.php?id=595
    Register and ask there.


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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    i have asked there many time and also related threads are there but no solution !!!

    Plz......

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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    This is not the place to ask for help regarding the dll itself. This only shows how to implement it.


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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    Quote Originally Posted by dewshare View Post
    Thanks for sharing can you tell me which is ProgressChanged Event in it ?? there is no ProgressChanged any alternative in this.

    also tell me if I delete IE and Firefox did my project work now ??
    Try this:

    Code:
        Private Sub Browser_ProgressChanged(ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As Skybound.Gecko.GeckoProgressEventArgs) Handles Browser.ProgressChanged
            ToolStripProgressBar1.Maximum = e.MaximumProgress
            ToolStripProgressBar1.Value = e.CurrentProgress
        End Sub

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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    Hi there.

    I hope you can help me. I have no problem in initializing the program and do not get any nasty messages. However, when the form comes up, it doesn't do anything even if I push the button. Using the following command:

    Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs)
    GeckoWebBrowser1.Navigate("http://www.comcast.net")

    End Sub

    Thank you.

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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    That's weird, but your button_code isn't correct. It should be:
    Code:
    Private Sub Button1_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles Button1.Click
    What code do you have in the Form_Load?


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    Thanks. That Handled the problem. I am a Bone Brain sometimes.

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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    Hi
    I'm kind of new to this whole 'gecko' usage - but I attempted to use it in my project in Visual Basic 2008 (Express Edition) and it keeps turning up this same error...

    Error 1 "chrome\classic.manifest;chrome\comm.manifest;chrome\en-US.manifest;chrome\pippki.manifest;chrome\toolkit.manifest;Microsoft.VC80.CRT.manifest" is an invalid value for the "InputManifest" parameter of the "GenerateApplicationManifest" task. Multiple items cannot be passed into a parameter of type "Microsoft.Build.Framework.ITaskItem". GeckoBrowser

    I have not edited any of the files they have provided and I am currently using Windows XP with .NET framework 4 and 3.5 SP1 installed...

    If someone could please help me out - It would be much appreciated...

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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    Means that you didn't do as the tutorial said.
    To be sure: Create a new project and follow the tutorial again.


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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    Thank you for replying so soon...
    But although I tried it multiple times each time in new projects, the same error comes up...
    I even tried another project: http://www.planet-source-code.com/vb...20109162039576
    But still, when I try to publish the project, the error turns up (ONLY when I try to publish... I can run it fine... But cannot publish...)
    Thanks for your help in advance...

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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    Does this also occur during debugging?
    Can you upload the project without any .exe?


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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    Actually, no - the error only appears after I've tried to publish it... Debugging works fine... And as I said - I've tried it with some other projects which use Gecko as well - and they all work fine, until I try to publish it of course...
    The files seemed too big to upload here - so here's a link:

    http://www.4shared.com/file/hQ0IzXvq/GeckoBrowser.html

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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    ??? I need to pay to download....
    Are you kidding me? I won't help you anymore!


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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    Really sorry...
    But no - you don't have to pay actually - you just have to wait 30 seconds and it gives the download link, I didn't know where else to upload the file...
    Anyways... It's alright if you are too busy - I'm using the internet explorer component for now...

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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    Updated the tutorial. Now you can add the full folder to your project and give the folder the name you want and place it where ever you want. Make sure you change the path (and name) of the folder in the ApplicationEvents.vb.


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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    I don't know what i did wrong but everything is were it should and such. I added GeckoWebBrowser1.navigate("http://www.google.com") to a button click event and when i click the button it makes an error and acts as though it was null. Can u help me with this? i am trying to implement gecko into an existing project. It is a new form though.

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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    I don't know what you have done so I can't help you with the info you provided.
    You should provide code.
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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    So silly of me. My bad.

    AppilicationEvents.vb
    vb Code:
    1. Imports Skybound.Gecko
    2. Imports System.IO
    3.  
    4. Namespace My
    5.  
    6.         Partial Friend Class MyApplication
    7.  
    8.         Protected Overrides Function OnStartup(ByVal eventArgs As  _
    9.                 Microsoft.VisualBasic.ApplicationServices.StartupEventArgs) As Boolean
    10.  
    11.             Dim ProfileDirectory As String = Environment.GetFolderPath(Environment.SpecialFolder.LocalApplicationData) & _
    12.                 "\MY COMPANY\MY APPLICATION\DefaultProfile"
    13.             If Not System.IO.File.Exists(ProfileDirectory) Then
    14.                 System.IO.Directory.CreateDirectory(ProfileDirectory)
    15.             End If
    16.             Dim xrPath As String = System.Reflection.Assembly.GetExecutingAssembly.Location
    17.             xrPath = xrPath.Substring(0, xrPath.LastIndexOf("\") + 1) & "xulrunner"
    18.             Xpcom.Initialize(xrPath)
    19.             Return True
    20.  
    21.         End Function
    22.     End Class
    23. End Namespace

    Form_Browser.vb
    vb Code:
    1. Public Class Form_Browser
    2.  
    3.     Private Sub Form_Browser_Load(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles MyBase.Load
    4.  
    5.     End Sub
    6.  
    7.     Private Sub ButtonGo_Click(ByVal sender As System.Object, ByVal e As System.EventArgs) Handles ButtonGo.Click
    8.         GeckoWebBrowser1.Navigate("http://google.com")
    9.     End Sub
    10. End Class

    My error occurs when I click the button to navigate. When i press F5 to start debugging i don't get the message box that says it did not find xulrunner so I am not sure what my problem
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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    You didn't change the paths. besides that.... it isn't the code I provided... :s
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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    I've created an example. The downloadlink can be found in the original post.


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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    Thanks for the example but things still are not working when I copy it to my own program. I copied the gecko dll u use and the xulrunner. It works fine in yours but not mine. I uploaded it to my website, if you have time could you take a look? Appreciate it.

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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    The url you provided isn't valid. Please check things. I have more to do.


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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    Link Fixed. It prob didn't work cuz i didn't make it a link i just typed it out. I was on my iphone and class was about to start. Sorry about that. Thanks for your time!

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    Re: Mozilla / Firefox / Gecko in VB.NET

    Sorry, but I can't test your app. I'm getting loads of errors when I try to debug it. I suggest you create a new project yourself and first test if it works.


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