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I am currently working on an application that needs to display HTML. Some of the HTML is generated on the fly while some is from the net/file. The problem I have is rendering. I decided to use WebKit. After four hours of Googling, I still have no idea on how to use WebKit. The API page on has "Needs to be written."

What I have so far are a bunch dlls I downloaded from There's even a WebKit.exe which looks like a stripped down version of Safari.

I haven't downloaded the WebKit source. I have Visual Studio 2008 SP1 and 2010 Express Edition. I figured it would be a pain in the neck to build the source myself.

Is there anywhere I can get information on how to use the WebKit dll? I do not use QT. Just so you know.
Posted 4-Jun-12 23:48pm
Updated 4-Jun-12 23:57pm

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Does this help: WebKitGTK+ Programming Guide[^] ?
Mudaka 5-Jun-12 5:12am
Thanks. I have no GTK+ knowledge but let me read through the PDF and see whatever I can find.
Sandeep Mewara 5-Jun-12 5:41am

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