|Initial release||June 1, 2009|
59.3071 / April 2017
Mac OS X
|Type||Framework, Web browser|
|License||New BSD License (see BSD licenses)|
CEF 1 is a single-process implementation based on the Chromium WebKit API. It is no longer actively developed or supported.
CEF comes with a sample application called CefClient that is written in C++ using WinAPI, Cocoa, or GTK (depending on the platform) and contains demos of various features. Newer versions include a sample application called CefSimple that, along with an accompanying tutorial, show how to create a simple application using CEF 3.
The base CEF framework includes support for the C and C++ programming languages, but there are external projects that provide bindings for other languages:
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