Basically, everyone navigates the World Wide Web using Google Chrome, Internet Explorer, FireFox, Safari, Opera and more. However, isn’t it cool if you can create your very own web browser that you can customize to your own taste? Yes, you can create one in Visual Basic 2013, and pretty easy too. In this lesson, you shall learn how to create a simple web browser and get it running in a few minutes.
First, start a new project in Visual Basic 2013 IDE and name it with any name you like. Here we use the name MyWebBrowser. Change the size of Form1 to 800,600 in its properties window. Next, you need to add an engine so that your web browser can connect to the Internet.
To learn the details, we suggest you grab a copy of Visual Basic 2013 Made Easy.
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