using System;
using System.Diagnostics;
using System.IO;
using System.Threading;
using CefSharp.OffScreen;
using System.Threading.Tasks;

namespace CefSharp.bfw.OffScreen
    public class Program
        private static ChromiumWebBrowser browser;

        public static void Main(string[] args)
            const string testUrl = "";

            Console.WriteLine("This example application will load {0}, take a screenshot, and save it to your desktop.", testUrl);
            Console.WriteLine("You may see Chromium debugging output, please wait...");

            //Monitor parent process exit and close subprocesses if parent process exits first
            //This will at some point in the future becomes the default
            CefSharpSettings.SubprocessExitIfParentProcessClosed = true;

            var settings = new CefSettings()
                //By default CefSharp will use an in-memory cache, you need to specify a Cache Folder to persist data
                CachePath = Path.Combine(Environment.GetFolderPath(Environment.SpecialFolder.LocalApplicationData), "CefSharp\\Cache")

            //Perform dependency check to make sure all relevant resources are in our output directory.
            Cef.Initialize(settings, performDependencyCheck: true, browserProcessHandler: null);

            // Create the offscreen Chromium browser.
            browser = new ChromiumWebBrowser(testUrl);

            // An event that is fired when the first page is finished loading.
            // This returns to us from another thread.
            browser.LoadingStateChanged += BrowserLoadingStateChanged;

            // We have to wait for something, otherwise the process will exit too soon.

            // Clean up Chromium objects.  You need to call this in your application otherwise
            // you will get a crash when closing.

        private static void BrowserLoadingStateChanged(object sender, LoadingStateChangedEventArgs e)
            // Check to see if loading is complete - this event is called twice, one when loading starts
            // second time when it's finished
            // (rather than an iframe within the main frame).
            if (!e.IsLoading)
                // Remove the load event handler, because we only want one snapshot of the initial page.
                browser.LoadingStateChanged -= BrowserLoadingStateChanged;

                var scriptTask = browser.EvaluateScriptAsync("document.getElementById('lst-ib').value = 'CefSharp Was Here!'");

                scriptTask.ContinueWith(t =>
                    //Give the browser a little time to render
                    // Wait for the screenshot to be taken.
                    var task = browser.ScreenshotAsync();
                    task.ContinueWith(x =>
                        // Make a file to save it to (e.g. C:\Users\jan\Desktop\CefSharp screenshot.png)
                        var screenshotPath = Path.Combine(Environment.GetFolderPath(Environment.SpecialFolder.Desktop), "CefSharp screenshot.png");

                        Console.WriteLine("Screenshot ready. Saving to {0}", screenshotPath);

                        // Save the Bitmap to the path.
                        // The image type is auto-detected via the ".png" extension.

                        // We no longer need the Bitmap.
                        // Dispose it to avoid keeping the memory alive.  Especially important in 32-bit applications.

                        Console.WriteLine("Screenshot saved.  Launching your default image viewer...");

                        // Tell Windows to launch the saved image.
                        Process.Start(new ProcessStartInfo(screenshotPath)
                            // UseShellExecute is false by default on .NET Core.
                            UseShellExecute = true

                        Console.WriteLine("Image viewer launched.  Press any key to exit.");			
                    }, TaskScheduler.Default);