Monday, February 29, 2016
JxBrowser 6.2 is now available.
In this update we implemented some long-awaited features. With this release JxBrowser introduces support of Windows Server 2016 platform and ability to listen to custom DOM Events. On top of the print functionality available previously, we have added the ability to print the selected text on a loaded web page and adjust print settings when user needs to save a web page as PDF. We have also introduced a brand-new Spell Checker API, support of HTML5 input element with type=color, and made more improvements.
For those, looking for the full list of the features and improvements, we have prepared an explicit Release Note record.
All these great new features are available in the new build ready to download.
Friday, February 12, 2016
JxBrowser 6.1.1 with stability and memory usage improvements is available for download.
In this quick update we improved stability of the library in cases of interaction with BrowserView control, such as setting focus, moving control from one window to another, and opening/closing control in JTabbedPane.
We strongly recommend that your upgrade!
The list of all fixes and improvements in this update is available on the Release Notes page.
Friday, February 5, 2016
JxBrowser 6.1 is available for download. In this minor update we added new powerful features and extended existing API with new capabilities:
- LocalStorage and SessionStorage API that allows working with HTML5 web storages from Java has been implemented.
- Several critical issues reported by our customers have been fixed.
- Stability and memory usage in Chromium engine have been improved.
- Data transferring between Java and Chromium processes now works ~10 times faster.
We strongly recommend that your upgrade to JxBrowser 6.1 because this version solves critical issues that might affect stability of your software.
Tuesday, February 2, 2016
DotNetBrowser has been updated to version 1.6.1.
In this minor update we have implemented XPath API, applied fixes and improvements for better video support (HTML5, Flash, Silverlight), and improved stability in Windows 8/8.1/10 environments.
See the full list of changes on the DotNetBrowser Release Notes page.
The update is available for download.
As always, we would be glad to hear your feedback or provide help on our product on DotNetBrowser support forum.