interface ICoreWebView2

interface ICoreWebView2
  : public IUnknown

WebView2 enables you to host web content using the latest Microsoft Edge browser and web technology.

Summary

Members Descriptions
add_ContainsFullScreenElementChanged Add an event handler for the ContainsFullScreenElementChanged event.
add_ContentLoading Add an event handler for the ContentLoading event.
add_DocumentTitleChanged Add an event handler for the DocumentTitleChanged event.
add_FrameNavigationCompleted Add an event handler for the FrameNavigationCompleted event.
add_FrameNavigationStarting Add an event handler for the FrameNavigationStarting event.
add_HistoryChanged Add an event handler for the HistoryChanged event.
add_NavigationCompleted Add an event handler for the NavigationCompleted event.
add_NavigationStarting Add an event handler for the NavigationStarting event.
add_NewWindowRequested Add an event handler for the NewWindowRequested event.
add_PermissionRequested Add an event handler for the PermissionRequested event.
add_ProcessFailed Add an event handler for the ProcessFailed event.
add_ScriptDialogOpening Add an event handler for the ScriptDialogOpening event.
add_SourceChanged Add an event handler for the SourceChanged event.
add_WebMessageReceived Add an event handler for the WebMessageReceived event.
add_WebResourceRequested Add an event handler for the WebResourceRequested event.
add_WindowCloseRequested Add an event handler for the WindowCloseRequested event.
AddHostObjectToScript Add the provided host object to script running in the WebView with the specified name.
AddScriptToExecuteOnDocumentCreated Add the provided JavaScript to a list of scripts that should be run after the global object has been created, but before the HTML document has been parsed and before any other script included by the HTML document is run.
AddWebResourceRequestedFilter Adds a URI and resource context filter for the WebResourceRequested event.
CallDevToolsProtocolMethod Runs an asynchronous DevToolsProtocol method.
CapturePreview Capture an image of what WebView is displaying.
ExecuteScript Run JavaScript code from the javascript parameter in the current top-level document rendered in the WebView.
get_BrowserProcessId The process ID of the browser process that hosts the WebView.
get_CanGoBack TRUE if the WebView is able to navigate to a previous page in the navigation history.
get_CanGoForward TRUE if the WebView is able to navigate to a next page in the navigation history.
get_ContainsFullScreenElement Indicates if the WebView contains a fullscreen HTML element.
get_DocumentTitle The title for the current top-level document.
get_Settings The ICoreWebView2Settings object contains various modifiable settings for the running WebView.
get_Source The URI of the current top level document.
GetDevToolsProtocolEventReceiver Get a DevTools Protocol event receiver that allows you to subscribe to a DevTools Protocol event.
GoBack Navigates the WebView to the previous page in the navigation history.
GoForward Navigates the WebView to the next page in the navigation history.
Navigate Cause a navigation of the top-level document to run to the specified URI.
NavigateToString Initiates a navigation to htmlContent as source HTML of a new document.
OpenDevToolsWindow Opens the DevTools window for the current document in the WebView.
PostWebMessageAsJson Post the specified webMessage to the top level document in this WebView.
PostWebMessageAsString Posts a message that is a simple string rather than a JSON string representation of a JavaScript object.
Reload Reload the current page.
remove_ContainsFullScreenElementChanged Remove an event handler previously added with add_ContainsFullScreenElementChanged.
remove_ContentLoading Remove an event handler previously added with add_ContentLoading.
remove_DocumentTitleChanged Remove an event handler previously added with add_DocumentTitleChanged.
remove_FrameNavigationCompleted Remove an event handler previously added with add_FrameNavigationCompleted.
remove_FrameNavigationStarting Remove an event handler previously added with add_FrameNavigationStarting.
remove_HistoryChanged Remove an event handler previously added with add_HistoryChanged.
remove_NavigationCompleted Remove an event handler previously added with add_NavigationCompleted.
remove_NavigationStarting Remove an event handler previously added with add_NavigationStarting.
remove_NewWindowRequested Remove an event handler previously added with add_NewWindowRequested.
remove_PermissionRequested Remove an event handler previously added with add_PermissionRequested.
remove_ProcessFailed Remove an event handler previously added with add_ProcessFailed.
remove_ScriptDialogOpening Remove an event handler previously added with add_ScriptDialogOpening.
remove_SourceChanged Remove an event handler previously added with add_SourceChanged.
remove_WebMessageReceived Remove an event handler previously added with add_WebMessageReceived.
remove_WebResourceRequested Remove an event handler previously added with add_WebResourceRequested.
remove_WindowCloseRequested Remove an event handler previously added with add_WindowCloseRequested.
RemoveHostObjectFromScript Remove the host object specified by the name so that it is no longer accessible from JavaScript code in the WebView.
RemoveScriptToExecuteOnDocumentCreated Remove the corresponding JavaScript added using AddScriptToExecuteOnDocumentCreated with the specified script ID.
RemoveWebResourceRequestedFilter Removes a matching WebResource filter that was previously added for the WebResourceRequested event.
Stop Stop all navigations and pending resource fetches. Does not stop scripts.

Applies to

Product Introduced
WebView2 Win32 0.9.430
WebView2 Win32 Prerelease 0.9.488

Members

add_ContainsFullScreenElementChanged

Add an event handler for the ContainsFullScreenElementChanged event.

public HRESULT add_ContainsFullScreenElementChanged(ICoreWebView2ContainsFullScreenElementChangedEventHandler * eventHandler, EventRegistrationToken * token)

ContainsFullScreenElementChanged triggers when the ContainsFullScreenElement property changes. An HTML element inside the WebView may enter fullscreen to the size of the WebView or leave fullscreen. This event is useful when, for example, a video element requests to go fullscreen. The listener of ContainsFullScreenElementChanged may resize the WebView in response.

    // Register a handler for the ContainsFullScreenChanged event.
    CHECK_FAILURE(m_webView->add_ContainsFullScreenElementChanged(
        Callback<ICoreWebView2ContainsFullScreenElementChangedEventHandler>(
            [this](ICoreWebView2* sender, IUnknown* args) -> HRESULT {
                CHECK_FAILURE(
                    sender->get_ContainsFullScreenElement(&m_containsFullscreenElement));
                if (m_containsFullscreenElement)
                {
                    EnterFullScreen();
                }
                else
                {
                    ExitFullScreen();
                }
                return S_OK;
            })
            .Get(),
        nullptr));

add_ContentLoading

Add an event handler for the ContentLoading event.

public HRESULT add_ContentLoading(ICoreWebView2ContentLoadingEventHandler * eventHandler, EventRegistrationToken * token)

ContentLoading triggers before any content is loaded, including scripts added with AddScriptToExecuteOnDocumentCreated. ContentLoading does not trigger if a same page navigation occurs (such as through fragment navigations or history.pushState navigations). This operation follows the NavigationStarting and SourceChanged events and precedes the HistoryChanged and NavigationCompleted events.

add_DocumentTitleChanged

Add an event handler for the DocumentTitleChanged event.

public HRESULT add_DocumentTitleChanged(ICoreWebView2DocumentTitleChangedEventHandler * eventHandler, EventRegistrationToken * token)

DocumentTitleChanged runs when the DocumentTitle property of the WebView changes and may run before or after the NavigationCompleted event.

    // Register a handler for the DocumentTitleChanged event.
    // This handler just announces the new title on the window's title bar.
    CHECK_FAILURE(m_webView->add_DocumentTitleChanged(
        Callback<ICoreWebView2DocumentTitleChangedEventHandler>(
            [this](ICoreWebView2* sender, IUnknown* args) -> HRESULT {
                wil::unique_cotaskmem_string title;
                CHECK_FAILURE(sender->get_DocumentTitle(&title));
                m_appWindow->SetDocumentTitle(title.get());
                return S_OK;
            })
            .Get(),
        &m_documentTitleChangedToken));

add_FrameNavigationCompleted

Add an event handler for the FrameNavigationCompleted event.

public HRESULT add_FrameNavigationCompleted(ICoreWebView2NavigationCompletedEventHandler * eventHandler, EventRegistrationToken * token)

FrameNavigationCompleted triggers when a child frame has completely loaded (concurrently when body.onload has triggered) or loading stopped with error.

    // Register a handler for the FrameNavigationCompleted event.
    // Check whether the navigation succeeded, and if not, do something.
    CHECK_FAILURE(m_webView->add_FrameNavigationCompleted(
        Callback<ICoreWebView2NavigationCompletedEventHandler>(
            [this](ICoreWebView2* sender, ICoreWebView2NavigationCompletedEventArgs* args)
                -> HRESULT {
                BOOL success;
                CHECK_FAILURE(args->get_IsSuccess(&success));
                if (!success)
                {
                    COREWEBVIEW2_WEB_ERROR_STATUS webErrorStatus;
                    CHECK_FAILURE(args->get_WebErrorStatus(&webErrorStatus));
                    // The web page can cancel its own iframe loads, so we'll ignore that.
                    if (webErrorStatus != COREWEBVIEW2_WEB_ERROR_STATUS_OPERATION_CANCELED)
                    {
                        m_appWindow->AsyncMessageBox(
                            L"Iframe navigation failed: "
                                + WebErrorStatusToString(webErrorStatus),
                            L"Navigation Failure");
                    }
                }
                return S_OK;
            })
            .Get(),
        &m_frameNavigationCompletedToken));

add_FrameNavigationStarting

Add an event handler for the FrameNavigationStarting event.

public HRESULT add_FrameNavigationStarting(ICoreWebView2NavigationStartingEventHandler * eventHandler, EventRegistrationToken * token)

FrameNavigationStarting triggers when a child frame in the WebView requests permission to navigate to a different URI. Redirects trigger this operation as well, and the navigation id is the same as the original one.

Navigations will be blocked until all FrameNavigationStarting event handlers return.

    // Register a handler for the FrameNavigationStarting event.
    // This handler will prevent a frame from navigating to a blocked domain.
    CHECK_FAILURE(m_webView->add_FrameNavigationStarting(
        Callback<ICoreWebView2NavigationStartingEventHandler>(
            [this](ICoreWebView2* sender, ICoreWebView2NavigationStartingEventArgs* args)
                -> HRESULT {
                wil::unique_cotaskmem_string uri;
                CHECK_FAILURE(args->get_Uri(&uri));

                if (ShouldBlockUri(uri.get()))
                {
                    CHECK_FAILURE(args->put_Cancel(true));
                }
                return S_OK;
            })
            .Get(),
        &m_frameNavigationStartingToken));

add_HistoryChanged

Add an event handler for the HistoryChanged event.

public HRESULT add_HistoryChanged(ICoreWebView2HistoryChangedEventHandler * eventHandler, EventRegistrationToken * token)

HistoryChanged is raised for changes to joint session history, which consists of top-level and manual frame navigations. Use HistoryChanged to verify that the CanGoBack or CanGoForward value has changed. HistoryChanged also runs for using GoBack or GoForward. HistoryChanged runs after SourceChanged and ContentLoading. CanGoBack is false for navigations initiated through ICoreWebView2Frame APIs if there has not yet been a user gesture.

    // Register a handler for the HistoryChanged event.
    // Update the Back, Forward buttons.
    CHECK_FAILURE(m_webView->add_HistoryChanged(
        Callback<ICoreWebView2HistoryChangedEventHandler>(
            [this](ICoreWebView2* sender, IUnknown* args) -> HRESULT {
                BOOL canGoBack;
                BOOL canGoForward;
                sender->get_CanGoBack(&canGoBack);
                sender->get_CanGoForward(&canGoForward);
                m_toolbar->SetItemEnabled(Toolbar::Item_BackButton, canGoBack);
                m_toolbar->SetItemEnabled(Toolbar::Item_ForwardButton, canGoForward);

                return S_OK;
            })
            .Get(),
        &m_historyChangedToken));

add_NavigationCompleted

Add an event handler for the NavigationCompleted event.

public HRESULT add_NavigationCompleted(ICoreWebView2NavigationCompletedEventHandler * eventHandler, EventRegistrationToken * token)

NavigationCompleted runs when the WebView has completely loaded (concurrently when body.onload runs) or loading stopped with error.

    // Register a handler for the NavigationCompleted event.
    // Check whether the navigation succeeded, and if not, do something.
    // Also update the Cancel buttons.
    CHECK_FAILURE(m_webView->add_NavigationCompleted(
        Callback<ICoreWebView2NavigationCompletedEventHandler>(
            [this](ICoreWebView2* sender, ICoreWebView2NavigationCompletedEventArgs* args)
                -> HRESULT {
                BOOL success;
                CHECK_FAILURE(args->get_IsSuccess(&success));
                if (!success)
                {
                    COREWEBVIEW2_WEB_ERROR_STATUS webErrorStatus;
                    CHECK_FAILURE(args->get_WebErrorStatus(&webErrorStatus));
                    if (webErrorStatus == COREWEBVIEW2_WEB_ERROR_STATUS_DISCONNECTED)
                    {
                        // Do something here if you want to handle a specific error case.
                        // In most cases this isn't necessary, because the WebView will
                        // display its own error page automatically.
                    }
                }
                m_toolbar->SetItemEnabled(Toolbar::Item_CancelButton, false);
                m_toolbar->SetItemEnabled(Toolbar::Item_ReloadButton, true);
                return S_OK;
            })
            .Get(),
        &m_navigationCompletedToken));

add_NavigationStarting

Add an event handler for the NavigationStarting event.

public HRESULT add_NavigationStarting(ICoreWebView2NavigationStartingEventHandler * eventHandler, EventRegistrationToken * token)

NavigationStarting runs when the WebView main frame is requesting permission to navigate to a different URI. Redirects trigger this operation as well, and the navigation id is the same as the original one.

Navigations will be blocked until all NavigationStarting event handlers return.

    // Register a handler for the NavigationStarting event.
    // This handler will check the domain being navigated to, and if the domain
    // matches a list of blocked sites, it will cancel the navigation and
    // possibly display a warning page.  It will also disable JavaScript on
    // selected websites.
    CHECK_FAILURE(m_webView->add_NavigationStarting(
        Callback<ICoreWebView2NavigationStartingEventHandler>(
            [this](ICoreWebView2* sender, ICoreWebView2NavigationStartingEventArgs* args)
                -> HRESULT {
                wil::unique_cotaskmem_string uri;
                CHECK_FAILURE(args->get_Uri(&uri));

                if (ShouldBlockUri(uri.get()))
                {
                    CHECK_FAILURE(args->put_Cancel(true));

                    // If the user clicked a link to navigate, show a warning page.
                    BOOL userInitiated;
                    CHECK_FAILURE(args->get_IsUserInitiated(&userInitiated));
                    static const PCWSTR htmlContent =
                        L"<h1>Domain Blocked</h1>"
                        L"<p>You've attempted to navigate to a domain in the blocked "
                        L"sites list. Press back to return to the previous page.</p>";
                    CHECK_FAILURE(sender->NavigateToString(htmlContent));
                }
                // Changes to settings will apply at the next navigation, which includes the
                // navigation after a NavigationStarting event.  We can use this to change
                // settings according to what site we're visiting.
                if (ShouldBlockScriptForUri(uri.get()))
                {
                    m_settings->put_IsScriptEnabled(FALSE);
                }
                else
                {
                    m_settings->put_IsScriptEnabled(m_isScriptEnabled);
                }
                if (m_settings2)
                {
                    static const PCWSTR url_compare_example = L"fourthcoffee.com";
                    wil::unique_bstr domain = GetDomainOfUri(uri.get());
                    const wchar_t* domains = domain.get();

                    if (wcscmp(url_compare_example, domains) == 0)
                    {
                        SetUserAgent(L"example_navigation_ua");
                    }
                }
                return S_OK;
            })
            .Get(),
        &m_navigationStartingToken));

add_NewWindowRequested

Add an event handler for the NewWindowRequested event.

public HRESULT add_NewWindowRequested(ICoreWebView2NewWindowRequestedEventHandler * eventHandler, EventRegistrationToken * token)

NewWindowRequested runs when content inside the WebView requests to open a new window, such as through window.open. The app passes a target WebView that is considered the opened window.

If a deferral is not taken on the event args, scripts that resulted in the new window that are requested are blocked until the event handler returns. If a deferral is taken, then scripts are blocked until the deferral is completed or new window is set.

For more details and considerations on the target WebView to be supplied at the opened window, see ICoreWebView2NewWindowRequestedEventArgs::put_NewWindow.

    // Register a handler for the NewWindowRequested event.
    // This handler will defer the event, create a new app window, and then once the
    // new window is ready, it'll provide that new window's WebView as the response to
    // the request.
    CHECK_FAILURE(m_webView->add_NewWindowRequested(
        Callback<ICoreWebView2NewWindowRequestedEventHandler>(
            [this](ICoreWebView2* sender, ICoreWebView2NewWindowRequestedEventArgs* args) {
                if (!m_shouldHandleNewWindowRequest)
                {
                    args->put_Handled(FALSE);
                    return S_OK;
                }
                wil::com_ptr<ICoreWebView2Deferral> deferral;
                CHECK_FAILURE(args->GetDeferral(&deferral));
                AppWindow* newAppWindow;

                wil::com_ptr<ICoreWebView2WindowFeatures> windowFeatures;
                CHECK_FAILURE(args->get_WindowFeatures(&windowFeatures));

                RECT windowRect = {0};
                UINT32 left = 0;
                UINT32 top = 0;
                UINT32 height = 0;
                UINT32 width = 0;
                BOOL shouldHaveToolbar = true;

                BOOL hasPosition = FALSE;
                BOOL hasSize = FALSE;
                CHECK_FAILURE(windowFeatures->get_HasPosition(&hasPosition));
                CHECK_FAILURE(windowFeatures->get_HasSize(&hasSize));

                bool useDefaultWindow = true;

                if (!!hasPosition && !!hasSize)
                {
                    CHECK_FAILURE(windowFeatures->get_Left(&left));
                    CHECK_FAILURE(windowFeatures->get_Top(&top));
                    CHECK_FAILURE(windowFeatures->get_Height(&height));
                    CHECK_FAILURE(windowFeatures->get_Width(&width));
                    useDefaultWindow = false;
                }
                CHECK_FAILURE(windowFeatures->get_ShouldDisplayToolbar(&shouldHaveToolbar));

                windowRect.left = left;
                windowRect.right =
                    left + (width < s_minNewWindowSize ? s_minNewWindowSize : width);
                windowRect.top = top;
                windowRect.bottom =
                    top + (height < s_minNewWindowSize ? s_minNewWindowSize : height);

                // passing "none" as uri as its a noinitialnavigation
                if (!useDefaultWindow)
                {
                    newAppWindow = new AppWindow(
                        m_creationModeId, GetWebViewOption(), L"none", m_userDataFolder, false,
                        nullptr, true, windowRect, !!shouldHaveToolbar);
                }
                else
                {
                    newAppWindow = new AppWindow(m_creationModeId, GetWebViewOption(), L"none");
                }
                newAppWindow->m_isPopupWindow = true;
                newAppWindow->m_onWebViewFirstInitialized = [args, deferral, newAppWindow]() {
                    CHECK_FAILURE(args->put_NewWindow(newAppWindow->m_webView.get()));
                    CHECK_FAILURE(args->put_Handled(TRUE));
                    CHECK_FAILURE(deferral->Complete());
                };
                return S_OK;
            })
            .Get(),
        nullptr));

add_PermissionRequested

Add an event handler for the PermissionRequested event.

public HRESULT add_PermissionRequested(ICoreWebView2PermissionRequestedEventHandler * eventHandler, EventRegistrationToken * token)

PermissionRequested runs when content in a WebView requests permission to access some privileged resources.

If a deferral is not taken on the event args, the subsequent scripts are blocked until the event handler returns. If a deferral is taken, the scripts are blocked until the deferral is completed.

    // Register a handler for the PermissionRequested event.
    // This handler prompts the user to allow or deny the request, and remembers
    // the user's choice for later.
    CHECK_FAILURE(m_webView->add_PermissionRequested(
        Callback<ICoreWebView2PermissionRequestedEventHandler>(
            this, &SettingsComponent::OnPermissionRequested)
            .Get(),
        &m_permissionRequestedToken));
HRESULT SettingsComponent::OnPermissionRequested(
    ICoreWebView2* sender, ICoreWebView2PermissionRequestedEventArgs* args)
{
    // Obtain a deferral for the event so that the CoreWebView2
    // doesn't examine the properties we set on the event args until
    // after we call the Complete method asynchronously later.
    wil::com_ptr<ICoreWebView2Deferral> deferral;
    CHECK_FAILURE(args->GetDeferral(&deferral));

    // Do the rest asynchronously, to avoid calling MessageBox in an event handler.
    m_appWindow->RunAsync([this, deferral, args] {
        COREWEBVIEW2_PERMISSION_KIND kind = COREWEBVIEW2_PERMISSION_KIND_UNKNOWN_PERMISSION;
        BOOL userInitiated = FALSE;
        wil::unique_cotaskmem_string uri;
        CHECK_FAILURE(args->get_PermissionKind(&kind));
        CHECK_FAILURE(args->get_IsUserInitiated(&userInitiated));
        CHECK_FAILURE(args->get_Uri(&uri));

        COREWEBVIEW2_PERMISSION_STATE state;

        auto cached_key = std::make_tuple(std::wstring(uri.get()), kind, userInitiated);
        auto cached_permission = m_cached_permissions.find(cached_key);
        if (cached_permission != m_cached_permissions.end())
        {
            state =
                (cached_permission->second ? COREWEBVIEW2_PERMISSION_STATE_ALLOW
                                           : COREWEBVIEW2_PERMISSION_STATE_DENY);
        }
        else
        {
            std::wstring message = L"An iframe has requested device permission for ";
            message += SettingsComponent::NameOfPermissionKind(kind);
            message += L" to the website at ";
            message += uri.get();
            message += L"?\n\n";
            message += L"Do you want to grant permission?\n";
            message +=
                (userInitiated ? L"This request came from a user gesture."
                               : L"This request did not come from a user gesture.");

            int response = MessageBox(
                nullptr, message.c_str(), L"Permission Request",
                MB_YESNOCANCEL | MB_ICONWARNING);
            switch (response)
            {
            case IDYES:
                m_cached_permissions[cached_key] = true;
                state = COREWEBVIEW2_PERMISSION_STATE_ALLOW;
                break;
            case IDNO:
                m_cached_permissions[cached_key] = false;
                state = COREWEBVIEW2_PERMISSION_STATE_DENY;
                break;
            default:
                state = COREWEBVIEW2_PERMISSION_STATE_DEFAULT;
                break;
            }
        }

        CHECK_FAILURE(args->put_State(state));
        CHECK_FAILURE(deferral->Complete());
    });
    return S_OK;
}

add_ProcessFailed

Add an event handler for the ProcessFailed event.

public HRESULT add_ProcessFailed(ICoreWebView2ProcessFailedEventHandler * eventHandler, EventRegistrationToken * token)

ProcessFailed runs when a WebView process ends unexpectedly or becomes unresponsive.

    // Register a handler for the ProcessFailed event.
    // This handler checks the failure kind and tries to:
    //   * Recreate the webview for browser failure and render unresponsive.
    //   * Reload the webview for render failure.
    //   * Reload the webview for frame-only render failure impacting app content.
    //   * Log information about the failure for other failures.
    CHECK_FAILURE(m_webView->add_ProcessFailed(
        Callback<ICoreWebView2ProcessFailedEventHandler>(
            [this](ICoreWebView2* sender, ICoreWebView2ProcessFailedEventArgs* argsRaw)
                -> HRESULT {
                wil::com_ptr<ICoreWebView2ProcessFailedEventArgs> args = argsRaw;
                COREWEBVIEW2_PROCESS_FAILED_KIND kind;
                CHECK_FAILURE(args->get_ProcessFailedKind(&kind));
                if (kind == COREWEBVIEW2_PROCESS_FAILED_KIND_BROWSER_PROCESS_EXITED)
                {
                    // Do not run a message loop from within the event handler
                    // as that could lead to reentrancy and leave the event
                    // handler in stack indefinitely. Instead, schedule the
                    // appropriate work to take place after completion of the
                    // event handler.
                    ScheduleReinitIfSelectedByUser(
                        L"Browser process exited unexpectedly.  Recreate webview?",
                        L"Browser process exited");
                }
                else if (kind == COREWEBVIEW2_PROCESS_FAILED_KIND_RENDER_PROCESS_UNRESPONSIVE)
                {
                    ScheduleReinitIfSelectedByUser(
                        L"Browser render process has stopped responding.  Recreate webview?",
                        L"Web page unresponsive");
                }
                else if (kind == COREWEBVIEW2_PROCESS_FAILED_KIND_RENDER_PROCESS_EXITED)
                {
                    // Reloading the page will start a new render process if
                    // needed.
                    ScheduleReloadIfSelectedByUser(
                        L"Browser render process exited unexpectedly. Reload page?",
                        L"Web page unresponsive");
                }
                // Check the runtime event args implements the newer interface.
                auto args2 = args.try_query<ICoreWebView2ProcessFailedEventArgs2>();
                if (!args2)
                {
                    return S_OK;
                }
                if (kind == COREWEBVIEW2_PROCESS_FAILED_KIND_FRAME_RENDER_PROCESS_EXITED)
                {
                    // A frame-only renderer has exited unexpectedly. Check if
                    // reload is needed.
                    wil::com_ptr<ICoreWebView2FrameInfoCollection> frameInfos;
                    wil::com_ptr<ICoreWebView2FrameInfoCollectionIterator> iterator;
                    CHECK_FAILURE(args2->get_FrameInfosForFailedProcess(&frameInfos));
                    CHECK_FAILURE(frameInfos->GetIterator(&iterator));

                    BOOL hasCurrent = FALSE;
                    while (SUCCEEDED(iterator->get_HasCurrent(&hasCurrent)) && hasCurrent)
                    {
                        wil::com_ptr<ICoreWebView2FrameInfo> frameInfo;
                        CHECK_FAILURE(iterator->GetCurrent(&frameInfo));

                        wil::unique_cotaskmem_string nameRaw;
                        wil::unique_cotaskmem_string sourceRaw;
                        CHECK_FAILURE(frameInfo->get_Name(&nameRaw));
                        CHECK_FAILURE(frameInfo->get_Source(&sourceRaw));
                        if (IsAppContentUri(sourceRaw.get()))
                        {
                            ScheduleReloadIfSelectedByUser(
                                L"Browser render process for app frame exited unexpectedly. "
                                L"Reload page?",
                                L"App content frame unresponsive");
                            break;
                        }

                        BOOL hasNext = FALSE;
                        CHECK_FAILURE(iterator->MoveNext(&hasNext));
                    }
                }
                else
                {
                    // Show the process failure details. Apps can collect info for their logging
                    // purposes.
                    COREWEBVIEW2_PROCESS_FAILED_REASON reason;
                    wil::unique_cotaskmem_string processDescription;
                    int exitCode;

                    CHECK_FAILURE(args2->get_Reason(&reason));
                    CHECK_FAILURE(args2->get_ProcessDescription(&processDescription));
                    CHECK_FAILURE(args2->get_ExitCode(&exitCode));

                    std::wstringstream message;
                    message << L"Kind: "                << ProcessFailedKindToString(kind) << L"\n"
                            << L"Reason: "              << ProcessFailedReasonToString(reason) << L"\n"
                            << L"Exit code: "           << std::to_wstring(exitCode) << L"\n"
                            << L"Process description: " << processDescription.get() << std::endl;
                    m_appWindow->AsyncMessageBox( std::move(message.str()), L"Child process failed");
                }
                return S_OK;
            })
            .Get(),
        &m_processFailedToken));

add_ScriptDialogOpening

Add an event handler for the ScriptDialogOpening event.

public HRESULT add_ScriptDialogOpening(ICoreWebView2ScriptDialogOpeningEventHandler * eventHandler, EventRegistrationToken * token)

ScriptDialogOpening runs when a JavaScript dialog (alert, confirm, prompt, or beforeunload) displays for the webview. This event only triggers if the ICoreWebView2Settings::AreDefaultScriptDialogsEnabled property is set to FALSE. The ScriptDialogOpening event suppresses dialogs or replaces default dialogs with custom dialogs.

If a deferral is not taken on the event args, the subsequent scripts are blocked until the event handler returns. If a deferral is taken, the scripts are blocked until the deferral is completed.

    // Register a handler for the ScriptDialogOpening event.
    // This handler will set up a custom prompt dialog for the user.  Because
    // running a message loop inside of an event handler causes problems, we
    // defer the event and handle it asynchronously.
    CHECK_FAILURE(m_webView->add_ScriptDialogOpening(
        Callback<ICoreWebView2ScriptDialogOpeningEventHandler>(
            [this](ICoreWebView2* sender, ICoreWebView2ScriptDialogOpeningEventArgs* args)
                -> HRESULT {
                AppWindow* appWindow = m_appWindow;
                wil::com_ptr<ICoreWebView2ScriptDialogOpeningEventArgs> eventArgs = args;
                wil::com_ptr<ICoreWebView2Deferral> deferral;
                CHECK_FAILURE(args->GetDeferral(&deferral));
                appWindow->RunAsync([appWindow, eventArgs, deferral] {
                    wil::unique_cotaskmem_string uri;
                    COREWEBVIEW2_SCRIPT_DIALOG_KIND type;
                    wil::unique_cotaskmem_string message;
                    wil::unique_cotaskmem_string defaultText;

                    CHECK_FAILURE(eventArgs->get_Uri(&uri));
                    CHECK_FAILURE(eventArgs->get_Kind(&type));
                    CHECK_FAILURE(eventArgs->get_Message(&message));
                    CHECK_FAILURE(eventArgs->get_DefaultText(&defaultText));

                    std::wstring promptString =
                        std::wstring(L"The page at '") + uri.get() + L"' says:";
                    TextInputDialog dialog(
                        appWindow->GetMainWindow(), L"Script Dialog", promptString.c_str(),
                        message.get(), defaultText.get(),
                        /* readonly */ type != COREWEBVIEW2_SCRIPT_DIALOG_KIND_PROMPT);
                    if (dialog.confirmed)
                    {
                        CHECK_FAILURE(eventArgs->put_ResultText(dialog.input.c_str()));
                        CHECK_FAILURE(eventArgs->Accept());
                    }
                    deferral->Complete();
                });
                return S_OK;
            })
            .Get(),
        &m_scriptDialogOpeningToken));

add_SourceChanged

Add an event handler for the SourceChanged event.

public HRESULT add_SourceChanged(ICoreWebView2SourceChangedEventHandler * eventHandler, EventRegistrationToken * token)

SourceChanged triggers when the Source property changes. SourceChanged runs when navigating to a different site or fragment navigations. It does not trigger for other types of navigations such as page refreshes or history.pushState with the same URL as the current page. SourceChanged runs before ContentLoading for navigation to a new document.

    // Register a handler for the SourceChanged event.
    // This handler will read the webview's source URI and update
    // the app's address bar.
    CHECK_FAILURE(m_webView->add_SourceChanged(
        Callback<ICoreWebView2SourceChangedEventHandler>(
            [this](ICoreWebView2* sender, ICoreWebView2SourceChangedEventArgs* args)
                -> HRESULT {
                wil::unique_cotaskmem_string uri;
                sender->get_Source(&uri);
                if (wcscmp(uri.get(), L"about:blank") == 0)
                {
                    uri = wil::make_cotaskmem_string(L"");
                }
                SetWindowText(GetAddressBar(), uri.get());

                return S_OK;
            })
            .Get(),
        &m_sourceChangedToken));

add_WebMessageReceived

Add an event handler for the WebMessageReceived event.

public HRESULT add_WebMessageReceived(ICoreWebView2WebMessageReceivedEventHandler * handler, EventRegistrationToken * token)

WebMessageReceived runs when the ICoreWebView2Settings::IsWebMessageEnabled setting is set and the top-level document of the WebView runs window.chrome.webview.postMessage. The postMessage function is void postMessage(object) where object is any object supported by JSON conversion.

        window.chrome.webview.addEventListener('message', arg => {
            if ("SetColor" in arg.data) {
                document.getElementById("colorable").style.color = arg.data.SetColor;
            }
            if ("WindowBounds" in arg.data) {
                document.getElementById("window-bounds").value = arg.data.WindowBounds;
            }
        });

        function SetTitleText() {
            let titleText = document.getElementById("title-text");
            window.chrome.webview.postMessage(`SetTitleText ${titleText.value}`);
        }
        function GetWindowBounds() {
            window.chrome.webview.postMessage("GetWindowBounds");
        }

When the page calls postMessage, the object parameter is converted to a JSON string and is posted asynchronously to the host process. This will result in the handler's Invoke method being called with the JSON string as a parameter.

    // Setup the web message received event handler before navigating to
    // ensure we don't miss any messages.
    CHECK_FAILURE(m_webView->add_WebMessageReceived(
        Microsoft::WRL::Callback<ICoreWebView2WebMessageReceivedEventHandler>(
            [this](ICoreWebView2* sender, ICoreWebView2WebMessageReceivedEventArgs* args)
    {
        wil::unique_cotaskmem_string uri;
        CHECK_FAILURE(args->get_Source(&uri));

        // Always validate that the origin of the message is what you expect.
        if (uri.get() != m_sampleUri)
        {
            // Ignore messages from untrusted sources.
            return S_OK;
        }
        wil::unique_cotaskmem_string messageRaw;
        HRESULT hr = args->TryGetWebMessageAsString(&messageRaw);
        if (hr == E_INVALIDARG)
        {
            // Was not a string message. Ignore.
            return S_OK;
        }
        // Any other problems are fatal.
        CHECK_FAILURE(hr);
        std::wstring message = messageRaw.get();

        if (message.compare(0, 13, L"SetTitleText ") == 0)
        {
            m_appWindow->SetDocumentTitle(message.substr(13).c_str());
        }
        else if (message.compare(L"GetWindowBounds") == 0)
        {
            RECT bounds = m_appWindow->GetWindowBounds();
            std::wstring reply =
                L"{\"WindowBounds\":\"Left:" + std::to_wstring(bounds.left)
                + L"\\nTop:" + std::to_wstring(bounds.top)
                + L"\\nRight:" + std::to_wstring(bounds.right)
                + L"\\nBottom:" + std::to_wstring(bounds.bottom)
                + L"\"}";
            CHECK_FAILURE(sender->PostWebMessageAsJson(reply.c_str()));
        }
        else
        {
            // Ignore unrecognized messages, but log for further investigation
            // since it suggests a mismatch between the web content and the host.
            OutputDebugString(
                std::wstring(L"Unexpected message from main page:" + message).c_str());
        }
        return S_OK;
    }).Get(), &m_webMessageReceivedToken));

If the same page calls postMessage multiple times, the corresponding WebMessageReceived events are guaranteed to be fired in the same order. However, if multiple frames call postMessage, there is no guaranteed order. In addition, WebMessageReceived events caused by calls to postMessage are not guaranteed to be sequenced with events caused by DOM APIs. For example, if the page runs

chrome.webview.postMessage("message");
window.open();

then the NewWindowRequested event might be fired before the WebMessageReceived event. If you need the WebMessageReceived event to happen before anything else, then in the WebMessageReceived handler you can post a message back to the page and have the page wait until it receives that message before continuing.

add_WebResourceRequested

Add an event handler for the WebResourceRequested event.

public HRESULT add_WebResourceRequested(ICoreWebView2WebResourceRequestedEventHandler * eventHandler, EventRegistrationToken * token)

WebResourceRequested runs when the WebView is performing a URL request to a matching URL and resource context filter that was added with AddWebResourceRequestedFilter. At least one filter must be added for the event to run.

The web resource requested may be blocked until the event handler returns if a deferral is not taken on the event args. If a deferral is taken, then the web resource requested is blocked until the deferral is completed.

If this event is subscribed in the add_NewWindowRequested handler it should be called after the new window is set. For more details see ICoreWebView2NewWindowRequestedEventArgs::put_NewWindow.

Currently this only supports file, http, and https URI schemes.

        if (m_blockImages)
        {
            m_webView->AddWebResourceRequestedFilter(
                L"*", COREWEBVIEW2_WEB_RESOURCE_CONTEXT_IMAGE);
            CHECK_FAILURE(m_webView->add_WebResourceRequested(
                Callback<ICoreWebView2WebResourceRequestedEventHandler>(
                    [this](
                        ICoreWebView2* sender,
                        ICoreWebView2WebResourceRequestedEventArgs* args) {
                        COREWEBVIEW2_WEB_RESOURCE_CONTEXT resourceContext;
                        CHECK_FAILURE(args->get_ResourceContext(&resourceContext));
                        // Ensure that the type is image
                        if (resourceContext != COREWEBVIEW2_WEB_RESOURCE_CONTEXT_IMAGE)
                        {
                            return E_INVALIDARG;
                        }
                        // Override the response with an empty one to block the image.
                        // If put_Response is not called, the request will continue as normal.
                        wil::com_ptr<ICoreWebView2WebResourceResponse> response;
                        wil::com_ptr<ICoreWebView2Environment> environment;
                        wil::com_ptr<ICoreWebView2_2> webview2;
                        CHECK_FAILURE(m_webView->QueryInterface(IID_PPV_ARGS(&webview2)));
                        CHECK_FAILURE(webview2->get_Environment(&environment));
                        CHECK_FAILURE(environment->CreateWebResourceResponse(
                            nullptr, 403 /*NoContent*/, L"Blocked", L"Content-Type: image/jpeg",
                            &response));
                        CHECK_FAILURE(args->put_Response(response.get()));
                        return S_OK;
                    })
                    .Get(),
                &m_webResourceRequestedTokenForImageBlocking));
        }
        else
        {
            CHECK_FAILURE(m_webView->remove_WebResourceRequested(
                m_webResourceRequestedTokenForImageBlocking));
        }
        if (m_replaceImages)
        {
            m_webView->AddWebResourceRequestedFilter(
                L"*", COREWEBVIEW2_WEB_RESOURCE_CONTEXT_IMAGE);
            CHECK_FAILURE(m_webView->add_WebResourceRequested(
                Callback<ICoreWebView2WebResourceRequestedEventHandler>(
                    [this](
                        ICoreWebView2* sender,
                        ICoreWebView2WebResourceRequestedEventArgs* args) {
                        COREWEBVIEW2_WEB_RESOURCE_CONTEXT resourceContext;
                        CHECK_FAILURE(args->get_ResourceContext(&resourceContext));
                        // Ensure that the type is image
                        if (resourceContext != COREWEBVIEW2_WEB_RESOURCE_CONTEXT_IMAGE)
                        {
                            return E_INVALIDARG;
                        }
                        // Override the response with an another image.
                        // If put_Response is not called, the request will continue as normal.
                        wil::com_ptr<IStream> stream;
                        CHECK_FAILURE(SHCreateStreamOnFileEx(
                            L"assets/EdgeWebView2-80.jpg", STGM_READ, FILE_ATTRIBUTE_NORMAL,
                            FALSE, nullptr, &stream));
                        wil::com_ptr<ICoreWebView2WebResourceResponse> response;
                        wil::com_ptr<ICoreWebView2Environment> environment;
                        wil::com_ptr<ICoreWebView2_2> webview2;
                        CHECK_FAILURE(m_webView->QueryInterface(IID_PPV_ARGS(&webview2)));
                        CHECK_FAILURE(webview2->get_Environment(&environment));
                        CHECK_FAILURE(environment->CreateWebResourceResponse(
                            stream.get(), 200, L"OK", L"Content-Type: image/jpeg", &response));
                        CHECK_FAILURE(args->put_Response(response.get()));
                        return S_OK;
                    })
                    .Get(),
                &m_webResourceRequestedTokenForImageReplacing));
        }
        else
        {
            CHECK_FAILURE(m_webView->remove_WebResourceRequested(
                m_webResourceRequestedTokenForImageReplacing));
        }

add_WindowCloseRequested

Add an event handler for the WindowCloseRequested event.

public HRESULT add_WindowCloseRequested(ICoreWebView2WindowCloseRequestedEventHandler * eventHandler, EventRegistrationToken * token)

WindowCloseRequested triggers when content inside the WebView requested to close the window, such as after window.close is run. The app should close the WebView and related app window if that makes sense to the app.

    // Register a handler for the WindowCloseRequested event.
    // This handler will close the app window if it is not the main window.
    CHECK_FAILURE(m_webView->add_WindowCloseRequested(
        Callback<ICoreWebView2WindowCloseRequestedEventHandler>([this](
                                                                    ICoreWebView2* sender,
                                                                    IUnknown* args) {
            if (m_isPopupWindow)
            {
                CloseAppWindow();
            }
            return S_OK;
        }).Get(),
        nullptr));

AddHostObjectToScript

Add the provided host object to script running in the WebView with the specified name.

public HRESULT AddHostObjectToScript(LPCWSTR name, VARIANT * object)

Host objects are exposed as host object proxies using window.chrome.webview.hostObjects.{name}. Host object proxies are promises and resolves to an object representing the host object. The promise is rejected if the app has not added an object with the name. When JavaScript code access a property or method of the object, a promise is return, which resolves to the value returned from the host for the property or method, or rejected in case of error, for example, no property or method on the object or parameters are not valid.

Note

While simple types, IDispatch and array are supported, and IUnknown objects that also implement IDispatch are treated as IDispatch, generic IUnknown, VT_DECIMAL, or VT_RECORD variant is not supported. Remote JavaScript objects like callback functions are represented as an VT_DISPATCH``VARIANT with the object implementing IDispatch. The JavaScript callback method may be invoked using DISPID_VALUE for the DISPID. Nested arrays are supported up to a depth of 3. Arrays of by reference types are not supported. VT_EMPTY and VT_NULL are mapped into JavaScript as null. In JavaScript, null and undefined are mapped to VT_EMPTY.

Additionally, all host objects are exposed as window.chrome.webview.hostObjects.sync.{name}. Here the host objects are exposed as synchronous host object proxies. These are not promises and function runtimes or property access synchronously block running script waiting to communicate cross process for the host code to run. Accordingly the result may have reliability issues and it is recommended that you use the promise-based asynchronous window.chrome.webview.hostObjects.{name} API.

Synchronous host object proxies and asynchronous host object proxies may both use a proxy to the same host object. Remote changes made by one proxy propagates to any other proxy of that same host object whether the other proxies and synchronous or asynchronous.

While JavaScript is blocked on a synchronous run to native code, that native code is unable to run back to JavaScript. Attempts to do so fail with HRESULT_FROM_WIN32(ERROR_POSSIBLE_DEADLOCK).

Host object proxies are JavaScript Proxy objects that intercept all property get, property set, and method invocations. Properties or methods that are a part of the Function or Object prototype are run locally. Additionally any property or method in the chrome.webview.hostObjects.options.forceLocalProperties array are also run locally. This defaults to including optional methods that have meaning in JavaScript like toJSON and Symbol.toPrimitive. Add more to the array as required.

The chrome.webview.hostObjects.cleanupSome method performs a best effort garbage collection on host object proxies.

The chrome.webview.hostObjects.options object provides the ability to change some functionality of host objects.

Options property Details
forceLocalProperties This is an array of host object property names that will be run locally, instead of being called on the native host object. This defaults to then, toJSON, Symbol.toString, and Symbol.toPrimitive. You can add other properties to specify that they should be run locally on the javascript host object proxy.
log This is a callback that will be called with debug information. For example, you can set this to console.log.bind(console) to have it print debug information to the console to help when troubleshooting host object usage. By default this is null.
shouldSerializeDates By default this is false, and javascript Date objects will be sent to host objects as a string using JSON.stringify. You can set this property to true to have Date objects properly serialize as a VT_DATE when sending to the native host object, and have VT_DATE properties and return values create a javascript Date object.
defaultSyncProxy When calling a method on a synchronous proxy, the result should also be a synchronous proxy. But in some cases, the sync/async context is lost (for example, when providing to native code a reference to a function, and then calling that function in native code). In these cases, the proxy will be asynchronous, unless this property is set.
forceAsyncMethodMatches This is an array of regular expressions. When calling a method on a synchronous proxy, the method call will be performed asynchronously if the method name matches a string or regular expression in this array. Setting this value to Async will make any method that ends with Async be an asynchronous method call. If an async method doesn't match here and isn't forced to be asynchronous, the method will be invoked synchronously, blocking execution of the calling JavaScript and then returning the resolution of the promise, rather than returning a promise.
ignoreMemberNotFoundError By default, an exception is thrown when attempting to get the value of a proxy property that doesn't exist on the corresponding native class. Setting this property to true switches the behavior to match Chakra WinRT projection (and general JavaScript) behavior of returning undefined with no error.

Host object proxies additionally have the following methods which run locally.

Method name Details
applyHostFunction, getHostProperty, setHostProperty Perform a method invocation, property get, or property set on the host object. Use the methods to explicitly force a method or property to run remotely if a conflicting local method or property exists. For instance, proxy.toString() runs the local toString method on the proxy object. But proxy.applyHostFunction('toString') runs toString on the host proxied object instead.
getLocalProperty, setLocalProperty Perform property get, or property set locally. Use the methods to force getting or setting a property on the host object proxy rather than on the host object it represents. For instance, proxy.unknownProperty gets the property named unknownProperty from the host proxied object. But proxy.getLocalProperty('unknownProperty') gets the value of the property unknownProperty on the proxy object.
sync Asynchronous host object proxies expose a sync method which returns a promise for a synchronous host object proxy for the same host object. For example, chrome.webview.hostObjects.sample.methodCall() returns an asynchronous host object proxy. Use the sync method to obtain a synchronous host object proxy instead: const syncProxy = await chrome.webview.hostObjects.sample.methodCall().sync().
async Synchronous host object proxies expose an async method which blocks and returns an asynchronous host object proxy for the same host object. For example, chrome.webview.hostObjects.sync.sample.methodCall() returns a synchronous host object proxy. Running the async method on this blocks and then returns an asynchronous host object proxy for the same host object: const asyncProxy = chrome.webview.hostObjects.sync.sample.methodCall().async().
then Asynchronous host object proxies have a then method. Allows proxies to be awaitable. then returns a promise that resolves with a representation of the host object. If the proxy represents a JavaScript literal, a copy of that is returned locally. If the proxy represents a function, a non-awaitable proxy is returned. If the proxy represents a JavaScript object with a mix of literal properties and function properties, the a copy of the object is returned with some properties as host object proxies.

All other property and method invocations (other than the above Remote object proxy methods, forceLocalProperties list, and properties on Function and Object prototypes) are run remotely. Asynchronous host object proxies return a promise representing asynchronous completion of remotely invoking the method, or getting the property. The promise resolves after the remote operations complete and the promises resolve to the resulting value of the operation. Synchronous host object proxies work similarly, but block running JavaScript and wait for the remote operation to complete.

Setting a property on an asynchronous host object proxy works slightly differently. The set returns immediately and the return value is the value that is set. This is a requirement of the JavaScript Proxy object. If you need to asynchronously wait for the property set to complete, use the setHostProperty method which returns a promise as described above. Synchronous object property set property synchronously blocks until the property is set.

For example, suppose you have a COM object with the following interface.

    [uuid(3a14c9c0-bc3e-453f-a314-4ce4a0ec81d8), object, local]
    interface IHostObjectSample : IUnknown
    {
        // Demonstrate basic method call with some parameters and a return value.
        HRESULT MethodWithParametersAndReturnValue([in] BSTR stringParameter, [in] INT integerParameter, [out, retval] BSTR* stringResult);

        // Demonstrate getting and setting a property.
        [propget] HRESULT Property([out, retval] BSTR* stringResult);
        [propput] HRESULT Property([in] BSTR stringValue);

        [propget] HRESULT IndexedProperty(INT index, [out, retval] BSTR * stringResult);
        [propput] HRESULT IndexedProperty(INT index, [in] BSTR stringValue);

        // Demonstrate native calling back into JavaScript.
        HRESULT CallCallbackAsynchronously([in] IDispatch* callbackParameter);

        // Demonstrate a property which uses Date types
        [propget] HRESULT DateProperty([out, retval] DATE * dateResult);
        [propput] HRESULT DateProperty([in] DATE dateValue);

        // Creates a date object on the native side and sets the DateProperty to it.
        HRESULT CreateNativeDate();

    };

Add an instance of this interface into your JavaScript with AddHostObjectToScript. In this case, name it sample.

            VARIANT remoteObjectAsVariant = {};
            m_hostObject.query_to<IDispatch>(&remoteObjectAsVariant.pdispVal);
            remoteObjectAsVariant.vt = VT_DISPATCH;

            // We can call AddHostObjectToScript multiple times in a row without
            // calling RemoveHostObject first. This will replace the previous object
            // with the new object. In our case this is the same object and everything
            // is fine.
            CHECK_FAILURE(
                m_webView->AddHostObjectToScript(L"sample", &remoteObjectAsVariant));
            remoteObjectAsVariant.pdispVal->Release();

In the HTML document, use the COM object using chrome.webview.hostObjects.sample.

        document.getElementById("getPropertyAsyncButton").addEventListener("click", async () => {
            const propertyValue = await chrome.webview.hostObjects.sample.property;
            document.getElementById("getPropertyAsyncOutput").textContent = propertyValue;
        });

        document.getElementById("getPropertySyncButton").addEventListener("click", () => {
            const propertyValue = chrome.webview.hostObjects.sync.sample.property;
            document.getElementById("getPropertySyncOutput").textContent = propertyValue;
        });

        document.getElementById("setPropertyAsyncButton").addEventListener("click", async () => {
            const propertyValue = document.getElementById("setPropertyAsyncInput").value;
            // The following line will work but it will return immediately before the property value has actually been set.
            // If you need to set the property and wait for the property to change value, use the setHostProperty function.
            chrome.webview.hostObjects.sample.property = propertyValue;
            document.getElementById("setPropertyAsyncOutput").textContent = "Set";
        });

        document.getElementById("setPropertyExplicitAsyncButton").addEventListener("click", async () => {
            const propertyValue = document.getElementById("setPropertyExplicitAsyncInput").value;
            // If you care about waiting until the property has actually changed value use the setHostProperty function.
            await chrome.webview.hostObjects.sample.setHostProperty("property", propertyValue);
            document.getElementById("setPropertyExplicitAsyncOutput").textContent = "Set";
        });

        document.getElementById("setPropertySyncButton").addEventListener("click", () => {
            const propertyValue = document.getElementById("setPropertySyncInput").value;
            chrome.webview.hostObjects.sync.sample.property = propertyValue;
            document.getElementById("setPropertySyncOutput").textContent = "Set";
        });

        document.getElementById("getIndexedPropertyAsyncButton").addEventListener("click", async () => {
            const index = parseInt(document.getElementById("getIndexedPropertyAsyncParam").value);
            const resultValue = await chrome.webview.hostObjects.sample.IndexedProperty[index];
            document.getElementById("getIndexedPropertyAsyncOutput").textContent = resultValue;
        });
        document.getElementById("setIndexedPropertyAsyncButton").addEventListener("click", async () => {
            const index = parseInt(document.getElementById("setIndexedPropertyAsyncParam1").value);
            const value = document.getElementById("setIndexedPropertyAsyncParam2").value;;
            chrome.webview.hostObjects.sample.IndexedProperty[index] = value;
            document.getElementById("setIndexedPropertyAsyncOutput").textContent = "Set";
        });
        document.getElementById("invokeMethodAsyncButton").addEventListener("click", async () => {
            const paramValue1 = document.getElementById("invokeMethodAsyncParam1").value;
            const paramValue2 = parseInt(document.getElementById("invokeMethodAsyncParam2").value);
            const resultValue = await chrome.webview.hostObjects.sample.MethodWithParametersAndReturnValue(paramValue1, paramValue2);
            document.getElementById("invokeMethodAsyncOutput").textContent = resultValue;
        });

        document.getElementById("invokeMethodSyncButton").addEventListener("click", () => {
            const paramValue1 = document.getElementById("invokeMethodSyncParam1").value;
            const paramValue2 = parseInt(document.getElementById("invokeMethodSyncParam2").value);
            const resultValue = chrome.webview.hostObjects.sync.sample.MethodWithParametersAndReturnValue(paramValue1, paramValue2);
            document.getElementById("invokeMethodSyncOutput").textContent = resultValue;
        });

        let callbackCount = 0;
        document.getElementById("invokeCallbackButton").addEventListener("click", async () => {
            chrome.webview.hostObjects.sample.CallCallbackAsynchronously(() => {
                document.getElementById("invokeCallbackOutput").textContent = "Native object called the callback " + (++callbackCount) + " time(s).";
            });
        });

        // Date property
        document.getElementById("setDateButton").addEventListener("click", () => {
            chrome.webview.hostObjects.options.shouldSerializeDates = true;
            chrome.webview.hostObjects.sync.sample.dateProperty = new Date();
            document.getElementById("dateOutput").textContent = "sample.dateProperty: " + chrome.webview.hostObjects.sync.sample.dateProperty;
        });
        document.getElementById("createRemoteDateButton").addEventListener("click", () => {
            chrome.webview.hostObjects.sync.sample.createNativeDate();
            document.getElementById("dateOutput").textContent = "sample.dateProperty: " + chrome.webview.hostObjects.sync.sample.dateProperty;
        });

Exposing host objects to script has security risk. For more information about best practices, navigate to Best practices for developing secure WebView2 applications.

AddScriptToExecuteOnDocumentCreated

Add the provided JavaScript to a list of scripts that should be run after the global object has been created, but before the HTML document has been parsed and before any other script included by the HTML document is run.

public HRESULT AddScriptToExecuteOnDocumentCreated(LPCWSTR javaScript, ICoreWebView2AddScriptToExecuteOnDocumentCreatedCompletedHandler * handler)

This method injects a script that runs on all top-level document and child frame page navigations. This method runs asynchronously, and you must wait for the completion handler to finish before the injected script is ready to run. When this method completes, the Invoke method of the handler is run with the id of the injected script. id is a string. To remove the injected script, use RemoveScriptToExecuteOnDocumentCreated.

If the method is run in add_NewWindowRequested handler it should be called after the new window is set. For more details see ICoreWebView2NewWindowRequestedEventArgs::put_NewWindow.

Note

If an HTML document is running in a sandbox of some kind using sandbox properties or the Content-Security-Policy HTTP header affects the script that runs. For example, if the allow-modals keyword is not set then requests to run the alert function are ignored.

// Prompt the user for some script and register it to execute whenever a new page loads.
void ScriptComponent::AddInitializeScript()
{
    TextInputDialog dialog(
        m_appWindow->GetMainWindow(),
        L"Add Initialize Script",
        L"Initialization Script:",
        L"Enter the JavaScript code to run as the initialization script that "
            L"runs before any script in the HTML document.",
    // This example script stops child frames from opening new windows.  Because
    // the initialization script runs before any script in the HTML document, we
    // can trust the results of our checks on window.parent and window.top.
        L"if (window.parent !== window.top) {\r\n"
        L"    delete window.open;\r\n"
        L"}");
    if (dialog.confirmed)
    {
        m_webView->AddScriptToExecuteOnDocumentCreated(
            dialog.input.c_str(),
            Callback<ICoreWebView2AddScriptToExecuteOnDocumentCreatedCompletedHandler>(
                [this](HRESULT error, PCWSTR id) -> HRESULT
        {
            m_lastInitializeScriptId = id;
            m_appWindow->AsyncMessageBox(
                m_lastInitializeScriptId, L"AddScriptToExecuteOnDocumentCreated Id");
            return S_OK;
        }).Get());

    }
}

AddWebResourceRequestedFilter

Adds a URI and resource context filter for the WebResourceRequested event.

public HRESULT AddWebResourceRequestedFilter(LPCWSTR const uri, COREWEBVIEW2_WEB_RESOURCE_CONTEXT const resourceContext)

A web resource request with a resource context that matches this filter's resource context and a URI that matches this filter's URI wildcard string will be raised via the WebResourceRequested event.

The uri parameter value is a wildcard string matched against the URI of the web resource request. This is a glob style wildcard string in which a * matches zero or more characters and a ? matches exactly one character. These wildcard characters can be escaped using a backslash just before the wildcard character in order to represent the literal * or ?.

The matching occurs over the URI as a whole string and not limiting wildcard matches to particular parts of the URI. The wildcard filter is compared to the URI after the URI has been normalized, any URI fragment has been removed, and non-ASCII hostnames have been converted to punycode.

Specifying a nullptr for the uri is equivalent to an empty string which matches no URIs.

For more information about resource context filters, navigate to COREWEBVIEW2_WEB_RESOURCE_CONTEXT.

URI Filter String Request URI Match Notes
* https://contoso.com/a/b/c Yes A single * will match all URIs
*://contoso.com/* https://contoso.com/a/b/c Yes Matches everything in contoso.com across all schemes
*://contoso.com/* https://example.com/?https://contoso.com/ Yes But also matches a URI with just the same text anywhere in the URI
example https://contoso.com/example No The filter does not perform partial matches
*example https://contoso.com/example Yes The filter matches across URI parts
*example https://contoso.com/path/?example Yes The filter matches across URI parts
*example https://contoso.com/path/?query#example No The filter is matched against the URI with no fragment
*example https://example No The URI is normalized before filter matching so the actual URI used for comparison is https://example/
*example/ https://example Yes Just like above, but this time the filter ends with a / just like the normalized URI
https://xn--qei.example/ https://&#x2764;.example/ Yes Non-ASCII hostnames are normalized to punycode before wildcard comparison
https://&#x2764;.example/ https://xn--qei.example/ No Non-ASCII hostnames are normalized to punycode before wildcard comparison

CallDevToolsProtocolMethod

Runs an asynchronous DevToolsProtocol method.

public HRESULT CallDevToolsProtocolMethod(LPCWSTR methodName, LPCWSTR parametersAsJson, ICoreWebView2CallDevToolsProtocolMethodCompletedHandler * handler)

For more information about available methods, navigate to DevTools Protocol Viewer . The methodName parameter is the full name of the method in the {domain}.{method} format. The parametersAsJson parameter is a JSON formatted string containing the parameters for the corresponding method. The Invoke method of the handler is run when the method asynchronously completes. Invoke is run with the return object of the method as a JSON string. This function returns E_INVALIDARG if the methodName is unknown or the parametersAsJson has an error. In the case of such an error, the returnObjectAsJson parameter of the handler will include information about the error.

// Prompt the user for the name and parameters of a CDP method, then call it.
void ScriptComponent::CallCdpMethod()
{
    TextInputDialog dialog(
        m_appWindow->GetMainWindow(),
        L"Call CDP Method",
        L"CDP method name:",
        L"Enter the CDP method name to call, followed by a space,\r\n"
            L"followed by the parameters in JSON format.",
        L"Runtime.evaluate {\"expression\":\"alert(\\\"test\\\")\"}");
    if (dialog.confirmed)
    {
        size_t delimiterPos = dialog.input.find(L' ');
        std::wstring methodName = dialog.input.substr(0, delimiterPos);
        std::wstring methodParams =
            (delimiterPos < dialog.input.size()
                ? dialog.input.substr(delimiterPos + 1)
                : L"{}");

        m_webView->CallDevToolsProtocolMethod(
            methodName.c_str(), methodParams.c_str(),
            Callback<ICoreWebView2CallDevToolsProtocolMethodCompletedHandler>(
                this, &ScriptComponent::CDPMethodCallback)
                .Get());
    }
}

CapturePreview

Capture an image of what WebView is displaying.

public HRESULT CapturePreview(COREWEBVIEW2_CAPTURE_PREVIEW_IMAGE_FORMAT imageFormat, IStream * imageStream, ICoreWebView2CapturePreviewCompletedHandler * handler)

Specify the format of the image with the imageFormat parameter. The resulting image binary data is written to the provided imageStream parameter. When CapturePreview finishes writing to the stream, the Invoke method on the provided handler parameter is run. This method fails if called before the first ContentLoading event. For example if this is called in the NavigationStarting event for the first navigation it will fail. For subsequent navigations, the method may not fail, but will not capture an image of a given webpage until the ContentLoading event has been fired for it. Any call to this method prior to that will result in a capture of the page being navigated away from.

// Show the user a file selection dialog, then save a screenshot of the WebView
// to the selected file.
void FileComponent::SaveScreenshot()
{
    WCHAR defaultName[MAX_PATH] = L"WebView2_Screenshot.png";
    OPENFILENAME openFileName = CreateOpenFileName(defaultName, L"PNG File\0*.png\0");
    if (GetSaveFileName(&openFileName))
    {
        wil::com_ptr<IStream> stream;
        CHECK_FAILURE(SHCreateStreamOnFileEx(
            defaultName, STGM_READWRITE | STGM_CREATE, FILE_ATTRIBUTE_NORMAL, TRUE, nullptr,
            &stream));

        CHECK_FAILURE(m_webView->CapturePreview(
            COREWEBVIEW2_CAPTURE_PREVIEW_IMAGE_FORMAT_PNG, stream.get(),
            Callback<ICoreWebView2CapturePreviewCompletedHandler>(
                [appWindow{m_appWindow}](HRESULT error_code) -> HRESULT {
                    CHECK_FAILURE(error_code);
                    appWindow->AsyncMessageBox(L"Preview Captured", L"Preview Captured");
                    return S_OK;
                })
                .Get()));
    }
}

ExecuteScript

Run JavaScript code from the javascript parameter in the current top-level document rendered in the WebView.

public HRESULT ExecuteScript(LPCWSTR javaScript, ICoreWebView2ExecuteScriptCompletedHandler * handler)

The result of evaluating the provided JavaScript is used in this parameter. The result value is a JSON encoded string. If the result is undefined, contains a reference cycle, or otherwise is not able to be encoded into JSON, then the result is considered to be null, which is encoded in JSON as the string "null".

Note

A function that has no explicit return value returns undefined. If the script that was run throws an unhandled exception, then the result is also "null". This method is applied asynchronously. If the method is run after the NavigationStarting event during a navigation, the script runs in the new document when loading it, around the time ContentLoading is run. This operation executes the script even if ICoreWebView2Settings::IsScriptEnabled is set to FALSE.

// Prompt the user for some script and then execute it.
void ScriptComponent::InjectScript()
{
    TextInputDialog dialog(
        m_appWindow->GetMainWindow(),
        L"Inject Script",
        L"Enter script code:",
        L"Enter the JavaScript code to run in the webview.",
        L"window.getComputedStyle(document.body).backgroundColor");
    if (dialog.confirmed)
    {
        m_webView->ExecuteScript(dialog.input.c_str(),
            Callback<ICoreWebView2ExecuteScriptCompletedHandler>(
                [appWindow = m_appWindow](HRESULT error, PCWSTR result) -> HRESULT
        {
            if (error != S_OK) {
                ShowFailure(error, L"ExecuteScript failed");
            }
            appWindow->AsyncMessageBox(result, L"ExecuteScript Result");
            return S_OK;
        }).Get());
    }
}

get_BrowserProcessId

The process ID of the browser process that hosts the WebView.

public HRESULT get_BrowserProcessId(UINT32 * value)

get_CanGoBack

TRUE if the WebView is able to navigate to a previous page in the navigation history.

public HRESULT get_CanGoBack(BOOL * canGoBack)

If CanGoBack changes value, the HistoryChanged event runs.

get_CanGoForward

TRUE if the WebView is able to navigate to a next page in the navigation history.

public HRESULT get_CanGoForward(BOOL * canGoForward)

If CanGoForward changes value, the HistoryChanged event runs.

get_ContainsFullScreenElement

Indicates if the WebView contains a fullscreen HTML element.

public HRESULT get_ContainsFullScreenElement(BOOL * containsFullScreenElement)

get_DocumentTitle

The title for the current top-level document.

public HRESULT get_DocumentTitle(LPWSTR * title)

If the document has no explicit title or is otherwise empty, a default that may or may not match the URI of the document is used.

The caller must free the returned string with CoTaskMemFree. See API Conventions.

get_Settings

The ICoreWebView2Settings object contains various modifiable settings for the running WebView.

public HRESULT get_Settings(ICoreWebView2Settings ** settings)

get_Source

The URI of the current top level document.

public HRESULT get_Source(LPWSTR * uri)

This value potentially changes as a part of the SourceChanged event that runs for some cases such as navigating to a different site or fragment navigations. It remains the same for other types of navigations such as page refreshes or history.pushState with the same URL as the current page.

The caller must free the returned string with CoTaskMemFree. See API Conventions.

    // Register a handler for the SourceChanged event.
    // This handler will read the webview's source URI and update
    // the app's address bar.
    CHECK_FAILURE(m_webView->add_SourceChanged(
        Callback<ICoreWebView2SourceChangedEventHandler>(
            [this](ICoreWebView2* sender, ICoreWebView2SourceChangedEventArgs* args)
                -> HRESULT {
                wil::unique_cotaskmem_string uri;
                sender->get_Source(&uri);
                if (wcscmp(uri.get(), L"about:blank") == 0)
                {
                    uri = wil::make_cotaskmem_string(L"");
                }
                SetWindowText(GetAddressBar(), uri.get());

                return S_OK;
            })
            .Get(),
        &m_sourceChangedToken));

GetDevToolsProtocolEventReceiver

Get a DevTools Protocol event receiver that allows you to subscribe to a DevTools Protocol event.

public HRESULT GetDevToolsProtocolEventReceiver(LPCWSTR eventName, ICoreWebView2DevToolsProtocolEventReceiver ** receiver)

The eventName parameter is the full name of the event in the format {domain}.{event}. For more information about DevTools Protocol events description and event args, navigate to DevTools Protocol Viewer.

// Prompt the user to name a CDP event, and then subscribe to that event.
void ScriptComponent::SubscribeToCdpEvent()
{
    TextInputDialog dialog(
        m_appWindow->GetMainWindow(),
        L"Subscribe to CDP Event",
        L"CDP event name:",
        L"Enter the name of the CDP event to subscribe to.\r\n"
            L"You may also have to call the \"enable\" method of the\r\n"
            L"event's domain to receive events (for example \"Log.enable\").\r\n",
        L"Log.entryAdded");
    if (dialog.confirmed)
    {
        std::wstring eventName = dialog.input;
        wil::com_ptr<ICoreWebView2DevToolsProtocolEventReceiver> receiver;
        CHECK_FAILURE(
            m_webView->GetDevToolsProtocolEventReceiver(eventName.c_str(), &receiver));

        // If we are already subscribed to this event, unsubscribe first.
        auto preexistingToken = m_devToolsProtocolEventReceivedTokenMap.find(eventName);
        if (preexistingToken != m_devToolsProtocolEventReceivedTokenMap.end())
        {
            CHECK_FAILURE(receiver->remove_DevToolsProtocolEventReceived(
                preexistingToken->second));
        }

        CHECK_FAILURE(receiver->add_DevToolsProtocolEventReceived(
            Callback<ICoreWebView2DevToolsProtocolEventReceivedEventHandler>(
                [this, eventName](
                    ICoreWebView2* sender,
                    ICoreWebView2DevToolsProtocolEventReceivedEventArgs* args) -> HRESULT 
                {
                    wil::unique_cotaskmem_string parameterObjectAsJson;
                    CHECK_FAILURE(args->get_ParameterObjectAsJson(&parameterObjectAsJson));
                    std::wstring title = eventName;
                    std::wstring details = parameterObjectAsJson.get();
                    wil::com_ptr<ICoreWebView2DevToolsProtocolEventReceivedEventArgs2> args2;
                    if (SUCCEEDED(args->QueryInterface(IID_PPV_ARGS(&args2))))
                    {
                        wil::unique_cotaskmem_string sessionId;
                        CHECK_FAILURE(args2->get_SessionId(&sessionId));
                        if (sessionId.get() && *sessionId.get())
                        {
                            title = eventName + L" (session:" + sessionId.get() + L")";
                            std::wstring targetId = m_devToolsSessionMap[sessionId.get()];
                            std::wstring targetLabel = m_devToolsTargetLabelMap[targetId];
                            details = L"From " + targetLabel + L" (session:" + sessionId.get() +
                                      L")\r\n" + details;
                        }
                    }
                    m_appWindow->AsyncMessageBox(details, L"CDP Event Fired: " + title);
                    return S_OK;
                })
                .Get(),
            &m_devToolsProtocolEventReceivedTokenMap[eventName]));
    }
}

GoBack

Navigates the WebView to the previous page in the navigation history.

public HRESULT GoBack()

GoForward

Navigates the WebView to the next page in the navigation history.

public HRESULT GoForward()

Cause a navigation of the top-level document to run to the specified URI.

public HRESULT Navigate(LPCWSTR uri)

For more information, navigate to Navigation events.

Note

This operation starts a navigation and the corresponding NavigationStarting event triggers sometime after Navigate runs.

void ControlComponent::NavigateToAddressBar()
{
    int length = GetWindowTextLength(GetAddressBar());
    std::wstring uri(length, 0);
    PWSTR buffer = const_cast<PWSTR>(uri.data());
    GetWindowText(GetAddressBar(), buffer, length + 1);

    HRESULT hr = m_webView->Navigate(uri.c_str());
    if (hr == E_INVALIDARG)
    {
        // An invalid URI was provided.
        if (uri.find(L' ') == std::wstring::npos
            && uri.find(L'.') != std::wstring::npos)
        {
            // If it contains a dot and no spaces, try tacking http:// on the front.
            hr = m_webView->Navigate((L"http://" + uri).c_str());
        }
        else
        {
            // Otherwise treat it as a web search. 
            std::wstring urlEscaped(2048, ' ');
            DWORD dwEscaped = (DWORD)urlEscaped.length();
            UrlEscapeW(uri.c_str(), &urlEscaped[0], &dwEscaped, URL_ESCAPE_ASCII_URI_COMPONENT);
            hr = m_webView->Navigate(
                (L"https://bing.com/search?q=" +
                 std::regex_replace(urlEscaped, std::wregex(L"(?:%20)+"), L"+"))
                    .c_str());
        }
    }
    if (hr != E_INVALIDARG) {
        CHECK_FAILURE(hr);
    }
}

Initiates a navigation to htmlContent as source HTML of a new document.

public HRESULT NavigateToString(LPCWSTR htmlContent)

The htmlContent parameter may not be larger than 2 MB (2 * 1024 * 1024 bytes) in total size. The origin of the new page is about:blank.

SetVirtualHostNameToFolderMapping(
    L"appassets.example", L"assets",
    COREWEBVIEW2_HOST_RESOURCE_ACCESS_KIND_DENY);

WCHAR c_navString[] = LR"
<head><link rel='stylesheet' href ='http://appassets.example/wv2.css'/></head>
<body>
  <img src='http://appassets.example/wv2.png' />
  <p><a href='http://appassets.example/winrt_test.txt'>Click me</a></p>
</body>";
m_webView->NavigateToString(c_navString);
                    static const PCWSTR htmlContent =
                        L"<h1>Domain Blocked</h1>"
                        L"<p>You've attempted to navigate to a domain in the blocked "
                        L"sites list. Press back to return to the previous page.</p>";
                    CHECK_FAILURE(sender->NavigateToString(htmlContent));

OpenDevToolsWindow

Opens the DevTools window for the current document in the WebView.

public HRESULT OpenDevToolsWindow()

Does nothing if run when the DevTools window is already open.

PostWebMessageAsJson

Post the specified webMessage to the top level document in this WebView.

public HRESULT PostWebMessageAsJson(LPCWSTR webMessageAsJson)

The main page receives the message by subscribing to the message event of the window.chrome.webview of the page document.

window.chrome.webview.addEventListener('message', handler)
window.chrome.webview.removeEventListener('message', handler)

The event args is an instance of MessageEvent. The ICoreWebView2Settings::IsWebMessageEnabled setting must be TRUE or this method fails with E_INVALIDARG. The data property of the event arg is the webMessage string parameter parsed as a JSON string into a JavaScript object. The source property of the event arg is a reference to the window.chrome.webview object. For information about sending messages from the HTML document in the WebView to the host, navigate to add_WebMessageReceived. The message is delivered asynchronously. If a navigation occurs before the message is posted to the page, the message is discarded.

    // Setup the web message received event handler before navigating to
    // ensure we don't miss any messages.
    CHECK_FAILURE(m_webView->add_WebMessageReceived(
        Microsoft::WRL::Callback<ICoreWebView2WebMessageReceivedEventHandler>(
            [this](ICoreWebView2* sender, ICoreWebView2WebMessageReceivedEventArgs* args)
    {
        wil::unique_cotaskmem_string uri;
        CHECK_FAILURE(args->get_Source(&uri));

        // Always validate that the origin of the message is what you expect.
        if (uri.get() != m_sampleUri)
        {
            // Ignore messages from untrusted sources.
            return S_OK;
        }
        wil::unique_cotaskmem_string messageRaw;
        HRESULT hr = args->TryGetWebMessageAsString(&messageRaw);
        if (hr == E_INVALIDARG)
        {
            // Was not a string message. Ignore.
            return S_OK;
        }
        // Any other problems are fatal.
        CHECK_FAILURE(hr);
        std::wstring message = messageRaw.get();

        if (message.compare(0, 13, L"SetTitleText ") == 0)
        {
            m_appWindow->SetDocumentTitle(message.substr(13).c_str());
        }
        else if (message.compare(L"GetWindowBounds") == 0)
        {
            RECT bounds = m_appWindow->GetWindowBounds();
            std::wstring reply =
                L"{\"WindowBounds\":\"Left:" + std::to_wstring(bounds.left)
                + L"\\nTop:" + std::to_wstring(bounds.top)
                + L"\\nRight:" + std::to_wstring(bounds.right)
                + L"\\nBottom:" + std::to_wstring(bounds.bottom)
                + L"\"}";
            CHECK_FAILURE(sender->PostWebMessageAsJson(reply.c_str()));
        }
        else
        {
            // Ignore unrecognized messages, but log for further investigation
            // since it suggests a mismatch between the web content and the host.
            OutputDebugString(
                std::wstring(L"Unexpected message from main page:" + message).c_str());
        }
        return S_OK;
    }).Get(), &m_webMessageReceivedToken));

PostWebMessageAsString

Posts a message that is a simple string rather than a JSON string representation of a JavaScript object.

public HRESULT PostWebMessageAsString(LPCWSTR webMessageAsString)

This behaves in exactly the same manner as PostWebMessageAsJson, but the data property of the event arg of the window.chrome.webview message is a string with the same value as webMessageAsString. Use this instead of PostWebMessageAsJson if you want to communicate using simple strings rather than JSON objects.

Reload

Reload the current page.

public HRESULT Reload()

This is similar to navigating to the URI of current top level document including all navigation events firing and respecting any entries in the HTTP cache. But, the back or forward history are not modified.

remove_ContainsFullScreenElementChanged

Remove an event handler previously added with add_ContainsFullScreenElementChanged.

public HRESULT remove_ContainsFullScreenElementChanged(EventRegistrationToken token)

remove_ContentLoading

Remove an event handler previously added with add_ContentLoading.

public HRESULT remove_ContentLoading(EventRegistrationToken token)

remove_DocumentTitleChanged

Remove an event handler previously added with add_DocumentTitleChanged.

public HRESULT remove_DocumentTitleChanged(EventRegistrationToken token)

remove_FrameNavigationCompleted

Remove an event handler previously added with add_FrameNavigationCompleted.

public HRESULT remove_FrameNavigationCompleted(EventRegistrationToken token)

remove_FrameNavigationStarting

Remove an event handler previously added with add_FrameNavigationStarting.

public HRESULT remove_FrameNavigationStarting(EventRegistrationToken token)

remove_HistoryChanged

Remove an event handler previously added with add_HistoryChanged.

public HRESULT remove_HistoryChanged(EventRegistrationToken token)

remove_NavigationCompleted

Remove an event handler previously added with add_NavigationCompleted.

public HRESULT remove_NavigationCompleted(EventRegistrationToken token)

remove_NavigationStarting

Remove an event handler previously added with add_NavigationStarting.

public HRESULT remove_NavigationStarting(EventRegistrationToken token)

remove_NewWindowRequested

Remove an event handler previously added with add_NewWindowRequested.

public HRESULT remove_NewWindowRequested(EventRegistrationToken token)

remove_PermissionRequested

Remove an event handler previously added with add_PermissionRequested.

public HRESULT remove_PermissionRequested(EventRegistrationToken token)

remove_ProcessFailed

Remove an event handler previously added with add_ProcessFailed.

public HRESULT remove_ProcessFailed(EventRegistrationToken token)

remove_ScriptDialogOpening

Remove an event handler previously added with add_ScriptDialogOpening.

public HRESULT remove_ScriptDialogOpening(EventRegistrationToken token)

remove_SourceChanged

Remove an event handler previously added with add_SourceChanged.

public HRESULT remove_SourceChanged(EventRegistrationToken token)

remove_WebMessageReceived

Remove an event handler previously added with add_WebMessageReceived.

public HRESULT remove_WebMessageReceived(EventRegistrationToken token)

remove_WebResourceRequested

Remove an event handler previously added with add_WebResourceRequested.

public HRESULT remove_WebResourceRequested(EventRegistrationToken token)

remove_WindowCloseRequested

Remove an event handler previously added with add_WindowCloseRequested.

public HRESULT remove_WindowCloseRequested(EventRegistrationToken token)

RemoveHostObjectFromScript

Remove the host object specified by the name so that it is no longer accessible from JavaScript code in the WebView.

public HRESULT RemoveHostObjectFromScript(LPCWSTR name)

While new access attempts are denied, if the object is already obtained by JavaScript code in the WebView, the JavaScript code continues to have access to that object. Run this method for a name that is already removed or never added fails.

RemoveScriptToExecuteOnDocumentCreated

Remove the corresponding JavaScript added using AddScriptToExecuteOnDocumentCreated with the specified script ID.

public HRESULT RemoveScriptToExecuteOnDocumentCreated(LPCWSTR id)

RemoveWebResourceRequestedFilter

Removes a matching WebResource filter that was previously added for the WebResourceRequested event.

public HRESULT RemoveWebResourceRequestedFilter(LPCWSTR const uri, COREWEBVIEW2_WEB_RESOURCE_CONTEXT const resourceContext)

If the same filter was added multiple times, then it must be removed as many times as it was added for the removal to be effective. Returns E_INVALIDARG for a filter that was never added.

Stop

Stop all navigations and pending resource fetches. Does not stop scripts.

public HRESULT Stop()