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Thursday, April 27, 2017

DotNetBrowser 1.10 is Out


DotNetBrowser 1.10 is available for download.
Today we are glad to introduce the long awaited upgrade: now DotNetBrowser runs on a more powerful browser engine – Chromium 55.0.2883.87. But we did not stop there, check the full list of improvements in this update on the Release Notes page.

We’d love to discuss your thoughts and comments on the new version via email or under #dotnetbrowser tag on Stack Overflow.

Thursday, April 13, 2017

JxBrowser 6.14 has arrived!



We are pleased to announce the availability of JxBrowser 6.14 with long-awaited new features such as CSS and custom SSL certificate injection. Apart from extending JxBrowser API with new functionality, this update includes a bunch of fixes and improvements. Read more about the JxBrowser release highlights here.

The update is available for download on a product page.


Let us know what you think about the new version via support portal or ask your questions under #jxbrowser tag on StackOverflow. 

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Meet JxBrowser 6.13



Today, we are happy to announce the release of JxBrowser 6.13. This update includes several new features such as functionality that allows programmatically triggering DOM events, and configuring WebRTC IP handling policy.

Based on your feedback we keep improving the library by implementing the requested fixes.

For more information on the new features please visit the Release Notes page.

Please feel free to ask a question or leave your comments about the new version via support portal or under #jxbrowser tag on Stack Overflow.

Friday, February 24, 2017

JxMaps 1.3 is Released



This update of JxMaps brings a bunch of new features extending possible uses of the map component in desktop Java applications.
You can now display traffic situation in your Java desktop applications, save current view of the map as a PNG image, and configure Street View window to better fit your app's UI.

On the performance side: the underlying Google Maps API was updated to v3.27.

See details of the new features and get the latest version of JxMaps here.

Friday, February 3, 2017

DotNetBrowser 1.9: CSS Injection & HTML5 AppCache


Upgraded DotNetBrowser is available for download.

Apart from Visual Studio 2017 RC support, in this version, we concentrated on extending DOM API with new features, ability to specify custom CSS rules which will be then applied to every loaded web page, enhancements in heavyweight rendering mode, and several other important updates, aimed at improving security and performance of the library.

See detailed description of whats new in v1.9 and download the update here.

Thursday, January 26, 2017

JxBrowser 6.12 is Released




JxBrowser was upgraded to v6.12.  With this release we are glad to introduce the long awaited improvement: now JxBrowser runs on a newer, more powerful browser engine – Chromium 55.0.2883.87.

For the full list of changes in this version, please see JxBrowser Release Notes.

If you have any questions or comments about the new version, please get in touch via support portal or under #jxbrowser tag on Stack Overflow. 

Tuesday, January 3, 2017

Creating an HTML UI for Desktop .NET Applications

If you feel like your desktop .NET application needs a fresh start in 2017, take a look at the new tutorial on creating a modern HTML UI for C# and VB.NET apps, written by the lead developer of DotNetBrowser.

We'd be glad to help you implementing approach described in the article. Just drop us a line to the support email or under #dotnetbrowser tag on Stack Overflow.

Thursday, December 29, 2016

New Version and Updated Release Schedule for JxBrowser



Today we are glad to introduce JxBrowser 6.11 with long awaited custom protocol handler feature. It allows intercepting URL requests/responses for standard protocols such as HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, etc., and custom non-standard protocols (e.g. JAR).

You may have also noticed, that new versions of JxBrowser are now published more often. We do believe, that requested features and updates should be delivered, and go live as soon as possible. This is why we decided to release a new JxBrowser version every two weeks instead of once a month to provide you with the latest improvements, fixes, and new features.

We would like to thank all JxBrowser users for your requests and feedback. They help us make the library more suitable for your needs with each release.

Take a look at JxBrowser Release Notes for detailed information of every update of the library, and stay tuned for more product news!

Monday, December 19, 2016

Meet DotNetBrowser 1.8.4!



Today we are glad to announce the new version of DotNetBrowser packed with useful new features like Desktop Notifications, Permission Requests, Spell Checking, and more.

The update is available for download on the product page.

Let us know what you think about the new version. Our tag for questions on StackOverflow is #dotnetbrowser.

Wednesday, December 14, 2016

JxBrowser 6.10 is Released

The new version of JxBrowser is focused around enhancing the Lightweight rendering mode: it got an ability to display transparent background on a web page, and a way better performance.

Have a look at the details of the release and give it a try in your own project!

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

JxBrowser 6.9 is Out

The holiday season is quite fruitful this year – version 6.9 of JxBrowser is already out and available for download.
Check out the list of new features and fixes on the Release Notes page.

We’d love to discuss your thoughts and comments on the new version via email or under #jxbrowser tag on Stack Overflow.

Monday, November 21, 2016

DotNetBrowser 1.8.3 is Released!

The fresh 1.8.3 version of DotNetBrowser features performance improvements, extended DOM API and useful new features and fixes.

Visit the Release Notes page for the full change record or download the update and try it out straight away.

We'd be glad to discuss your thoughts and comments via email or under #dotnetbrowser tag on Stack Overflow.

Thursday, November 17, 2016

JxBrowser 6.8 is Out!


JxBrowser 6.8 is available for download.

In this update we extended JxBrowser API with new features. Here are just a few to name: HTML5 Desktop Notifications API, incognito mode, voice recognition, HTTP server whitelist, @JSAccessible, etc.
The version also contains fixes for several issues, reported by our customers.

For the full list of new features and improvements in this update, please see the Release Notes.

Tuesday, October 25, 2016

JNIWrapper 3.12 is Available for Download


We’re excited as everyone with the advent of macOS Sierra, so we keep tuning our products up  to support this operating system.
Today it is JNIWrapper’s turn. Version 3.12 with macOS 10.12 support is ready and available for download.

We’d be happy to address all your thoughts and comments on the new version on the Support Forum.

Monday, October 24, 2016

JxMaps is updated to version 1.2


JxMaps 1.2 is available for download.

The update is based on the newest version of Google Maps API (v 3.25), and features several improvements for ease and flexibility of use.

See the Release Notes for the full list of changes in the new version.

Monday, October 17, 2016

DotNetBrowser 1.8.2 is Released!

We’re glad to announce the new DotNetBrowser 1.8.2, featuring improvements in JavaScript – .NET bridge, lightweight rendering mode and DOM API.

The new version is available for download from the product page.
For the full list of changes, please see the Release Notes.

Monday, October 3, 2016

JxBrowser 6.7.1 with macOS Sierra Support is Out!

JxBrowser 6.7.1 is now available for download.

This update features support of the recently released macOS Sierra.

In this version we also resolved several important issues such as incorrect rendering on HiDPI monitors on Windows platforms with JavaFX, the RejectedExecutionException error in multithreaded environment when disposing Browser instance, the issue when only one embedded PDF document can be printed, etc.

For the full list of improvements in this minor update, please see the Release Notes.

Monday, September 26, 2016

Version 1.2 of JxDocument is Released!


We’re glad to announce that JxDocument continues to evolve and today it turned 1.2. The update is available for download on the product page.

This version can boast improved memory usage and stability of the library in the multi-threaded environment.
For the full list of improvements in this update, please see the Release Notes.

Monday, September 19, 2016

JExplorer 3.4: While You Consider Switching to Chromium


JExplorer 3.4 is now available for download.

In this minor update we have added support of Windows Server 2003 platform and pop up management functionality, and fixed several issues reported by our customers. The full list of changes in this version is available in the Release Notes.

We would also like to remind you, that since January 12, 2016 Microsoft does not support any versions of the JExplorer’s underlying technology — Internet Explorer, except the last one.

If you prefer not to wait for the inevitable, and make the necessary changes in advance, we have prepared a transition offer for all JExplorer licence owners. Now you can move from JExplorer to JxBrowser — a Java browser component, based on Chromium, with a 25% discount, and enrich your Java app with any feature the modern web can offer.

Friday, September 16, 2016

A slimmer and more efficient JxBrowser 6.7 is available!



JxBrowser 6.7 is now available for download.

In this update we extended JavaScript-Java Bridge, DOM and Zoom API with new functionality, added API that allows getting notifications when web page becomes unresponsive, fixed several issues reported by our customers, improved stability and support of HiDPI monitors on Windows platforms, decreased size of JxBrowser JAR files by ~30% and implemented lots of other improvements.

Please note that starting from 6.7 version, the JxBrowser logging level is set to SEVERE by default instead of ALL (in previous versions). According to your feedback, you prefer that JxBrowser doesn’t print all log messages into console output by default.

For the full list of improvements in this update, please see the Release Notes.