To embed WebKit in your Visual Basic application, try this:

Add a reference to WebKit's dynamic link library and the AsmPatcher module to your project.

Create a form with scalemode set to pixels and the following code:

Option Explicit

Private Declare Function MoveWindow Lib "User32" _
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    ByVal Width As Long, ByVal Height As Long, ByVal Repaint As Long) As Long

Private Declare Function LoadLibraryA Lib "Kernel32" (ByVal Name As String) As Long

Dim W As Long

Private Sub Form_Load()
Dim V As New WebView, P As IWebViewPrivate
'Note: there are currently several different flavours of Webkit.
'Some of them need support libraries; if these are not in the
'current search path you will need to make them visible like so:
' ChDrive "C"
' ChDir "C:\WebKit"
 ' Actually, it would be better to use SetDllDirectoryA(ByVal Path As String) As Boolean
'Note that this only selects the location to search for the
'support libraries; WebKit will be found in the registry.
V.setHostWindow hWnd
'It may seem bizarre to have this call here, after creating the control,
'but OLE unloads a library when it becomes unused and this causes some
'WebKit implementations to crash on process termination.
'Only remove this line if you really need to reclaim the memory and
'you're absolutely certain your version of WebKit is safe.
LoadLibraryA "WebKit"
Asm.initWithFrame V, 0, 0, ScaleWidth, ScaleHeight, vbNullString, vbNullString
V.mainFrame.loadHTMLString "Some HTML", vbNullString
Set P = V
W = P.viewWindow
End Sub

Private Sub Form_Resize()
MoveWindow W, 0, 0, ScaleWidth, ScaleHeight, 1
End Sub

Create a class named "Asm" with the following code:

Option Explicit

Dim A(1 To 3) As Long

Sub initWithFrame(ByVal V As IWebView, _
    ByVal Left As Long, ByVal Top As Long, _
    ByVal Right As Long, ByVal Bottom As Long, _
    ByVal frameName As String, ByVal groupName As String)
Error 1
End Sub

Private Sub Class_Initialize()
A(1) = -1957603239
A(2) = -1962662836
A(3) = 610402057 1

Set Asm = Me
AsmFunction 1, A
End Sub

This compensates for the little problem that Visual Basic refuses to pass user defined types by value.

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