C# Winforms for Webassembly
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C# Winforms can now work in your browser! Wasm.Winforms is a nuget package that you can install and use your codes unchanged and run it on your browser!
This project uses mono to run your C# IL code. Also coming with this distribution are System.Drawing and System.Windows.Forms dlls. Winforms implementation requires many C libraries that I was also ported into WebAssembly. You can find out about them looking into their submodules!
This project uses another amazing ( :D ) project of mine: GCCBuild which enables you to use any compiler to compile Visual Studio C/C++ projects in any OS. Meaning you can have Visual Studio C/C++ project files and use them to compile both for Windows/Linux and also WebAssembly. You need to have Emscripten installed, activated and already accessible from your path. First from Visual Studio build switch to Release-x86 then build solution, then do the same for WasmRel-x86. This way you have all libraries compiled for Win32 and also WebAssembly. Then in your
\Output\bin\x86\Releasefolder you can issue a nuget pack and use that nuget.
When you build an application using this nuget, look for
distfolder which contains your index.html. Using Win32 compiled libraries are way easier to debug and run your application.
Please note that compiling mono-wasm project should only be done in WasmRel or WasmDbg targets and it would take a minute or two to complete!
You need to download good amount of files to run it. All dlls and big .wasm and .js files have to be downloaded. File issues and submit pull request so it will be faster/less buggy! There are many many bugs and this project/product is not at all recommended for production. It is pre-alpha phase!
Well that is a really good question that you have to answer! For me it was a fun project. But many companies are still using old programs and they would like to use them as-is in a browser, so it would open tons of new oppurtunities for those programs!