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Render HTML in a desktop app, not using a browser

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Hope this question makes sense - Is there a way to Render HTML in a desktop app, not using a browser?
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you can host a web browser control in a desktop app: http://emoreau.com/Entries/Articles/2007/04/The-WebBrowser-control.aspx
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Many native programming languages have components that you can take advantage of to show a webpage in a desktop application.

C# - web view
Python - pywebview
JavaFX - Web View
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Also the HTML control from Syncfusion:

HTMLUI Control
HTMLUI is a Windows Forms control that renders Hypertext Markup Language (HTML). Its functionality is similar to a web browser used for display purposes.

The community edition of the controls is free to use for small shops.

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Thanks!
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