The ChromiumWebBrowser object is a .Net component. Below are the properties and methods most scripts are likely to use.

The Chromium Browser is available in ILLiad 9.0 and higher, Aeon v4.0 and higher, and Ares v4.7 and higher.


While this object can be accessed via the Chromium Browser control, it is recommended that this property be used with caution because it is a .Net object, not a wrapper. Incorrect usage could result in loss of performance or an inoperable addon.

Properties

Methods

Aeon v5.1 Improvements

Several improvements have been added to the embedded Chromium browser used by addons to include the following: 
  • Storing any login sessions at the per-user level - If an addon requires the user to log in to a web page, that login will be stored (for that Aeon user only) in the local AppData cache, so the user will not have to log in each time they open a new transaction.
  • Optional 'private mode' flag added to the CreateBrowser Command. This method now has the following parameters:
    • Required: 
      • Name - The name of the new browser. This value will be used as the text for the browser tab.
      • Label - The text to use for the Browser control's label.
      • PageName - The name to use for the page the browser's buttons will be placed on.
    • Optional:
      • BrowserType - If blank, the browser will be IE. If "Chromium", the browser will be Chromium.
      • PrivateMode - If true, the browser cache will be deleted every time the browser is closed. If false, the browser will store the cache across sessions. Default value: false.
  • Ability to delete cookies - If this is called, all cookies will be deleted. 
  • Ability to download files, including PDFs. When choosing to download a file through the embedded browser, the Chromium download handler will prompt the user with a standard save file dialogue.
 

ILLiad v9.2 Improvements

The release of ILLiad 9.2 will include the following improvements to the embedded Chromium browser: 
  • Ability to download files, including PDFs. When choosing to download a file through the embedded browser, the Chromium download handler will prompt the user with a standard save file dialogue.