You've probably heard of this problem a thousand times before, but I'll post it anyway.
I want a web browser control in my application. I want to add it like if it was an Edit or a Static. I know you have to do a lot of COM-stuff beforehand, and that's fine, but I do not want any MFC or any thing that remotely resembles that involved in my project, and I do not want to have to add 20 .h and .cpp files to my project just to add a webbrowser control.
For chrissakes, it's gotta be possible to create a project like this:
main.cpp: creates the window containing the webbrowser and the WinMain
browser.h: contains whatever is needed for main.cpp and browser.cpp
browser.cpp: contains the functions that sets up the browser control.
And of course I have searched the internet and I know about <mshtml.h> and IOleObject and such, but I can only seem to find libraries that add the web browser which consist of 20 files or more... and I mean, come on, in .NET you simply drag it onto your form...