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title: A real 3d-enabled web browser for WPF?
date: '2008-06-17T09:28:00.001+01:00'
modified_time: '2008-06-17T09:28:02.534+01:00'
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<p>I know, some of you think that the browser control in the latest WPF 3.5 SP1 is the dog's bollocks. Sadly, it suffers from its origin as a wrapper around good old GDI and the lack of GDI redirection imposed by supporting WPF in Windows XP environments.</p> <p>One thing I keep track of very closely is what the mono guys do. This is a fantastic pool of resources, skills and code, and if I had time to hack I'd probably join one of their many projects. And on their feed I came across Alp's post describing a <a href="">WebKit-based 3d web browser</a>. I can't wait to have a play with the code.</p> <div class="wlWriterSmartContent" id="scid:0767317B-992E-4b12-91E0-4F059A8CECA8:86d5b5f8-6996-4033-8845-459a00ae1fe6" style="padding-right: 0px; display: inline; padding-left: 0px; padding-bottom: 0px; margin: 0px; padding-top: 0px">Technorati Tags: <a href="" rel="tag">mono</a>,<a href="" rel="tag">c#</a>,<a href="" rel="tag">wpf</a>,<a href="" rel="tag">webkit</a></div>