I was looking into WatiN as a way to automate some routine website tasks that users do, specifically in Internet Explorer, as the website is currently an "IE-Only" site. (Actually it's a 3rd party program we have to use which specifically requires Internet Explorer, that's how we interact with the program. It's not compatible with Firefox or Chrome.)
Then I came across the term "Browser Helper Object", which appears to be what Internet Explorer calls an Add-In, and I wondered if maybe that might be a better way to go.
Are "Browser Helper Objects" still the way add-ons for Internet Explorer are written? Or have they been replaced with something better?
Can you direct me to some documentation on how to get started writing a Brower Helper Object for Internet Explorer? (If this is a possible way to go?) I'd like to program in C# if possible.
(Yes I know IE doesn't exist in Windows 10.)