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Monday, April 1, 2019

DotNetBrowser 1.20 is Released!

We know it is April 1st, still we have released something seriously awesome:)
Please meet the DotNetBrowser 1.20 allowing you to:
  • Display web pages more accurately, play MP3 audio, and easily set up printing across devices with new Chromium.
  • Protect your application from security breaches with fix to CVE-2019-5786 Chrome vulnerability.
  • Simulate complex real-life user interactions with key modifiers for simulated mouse events.
  • Timely track down errors of proxy in Chromium.
  • Define current Chromium version used in your application.

For more details on new features and fixes visit the Release Notes.

Or get your update straight away!

Friday, March 22, 2019

Important Security Fix in JxBrowser 6.23.1

We have released the minor version of JxBrowser in order to include the fix for the recently reported 0-day vulnerability (CVE-2019-5786) in Google Chrome. Therefore, we strongly recommend you to update JxBrowser in all of your projects to this version in order to protect yourself from possible security breaches.

Please take a look at the JxBrowser Release Notes for more details on the fix.
To learn more about the vulnerability and its possible effects, please refer to this post on the Google Security Blog.

Apart from this, version 6.23.1 includes a number of other fixes improving the library’s stability and usability.

Thursday, February 21, 2019

Easier Printing, Faster Setup, and Secure Browsing with JxBrowser 6.23!

We are glad to announce the release of the new JxBrowser 6.23 running on Chromium 69!

Time-saving: allowing you to print on any device with a single driver, and reducing pre-launch setup on Linux.

Better-performing: displaying the web pages precisely as conceived by the maker, and working reliably in medical diagnostics environments.

More secure: allowing you to forbid automatic data sharing with Google servers, and launch JxBrowser under Java Security Manager with required access levels.

See the Release Notes page for the detailed inventory of the new opportunities.

Try it out and let us know how JxBrowser can be improved to serve you better.

Tuesday, November 27, 2018

DotNetBrowser 1.19 is Out!

The new DotNetBrowser is available for download! This version allows to handle confirmation dialogs, shown when the user is about to leave the page.

This update also includes a number of improvements and fixes adding up to stability and convenience of the library.

Please visit the Release Notes page for detailed description of what was changed in v1.19.

We welcome your feedback and questions via the support portal and under the #dotnetbrowser tag on Stack Overflow.

Wednesday, October 24, 2018

Updating JxBrowser Big Time to Support macOS Mojave & OpenJDK 11!

Java 11 has arrived. With the recent changes to Oracle JDK distribution and support, there’s been considerable uncertainty over the rights to use Oracle JDK vs Oracle’s OpenJDK builds. Many of our customers asked whether we are planning to support OpenJDK as well.

Today we are glad to let you know that now JxBrowser supports both Oracle JDK and Oracle's OpenJDK 11.

And there's more! V6.22 also supports macOS Mojave, IME on Ubuntu, and is able of listening to Upload Progress Events.

As usual, it got more stable with some fixes and improvements introduced.

Have a look at the full change list and download your v6.22.

We hope you enjoy using the new version as much as we did creating it!

Monday, October 8, 2018

Chromium 64-bit is Supported in DotNetBrowser 1.18

The new DotNetBrowser version supports Chromium 64-bit, and is capable of clearing HTTP Auth cache.

It also got more stable and flexible due to a number of fixes and improvements. Please see the Release Notes for details.

Got a tricky task for DotNetBrowser to handle? Try us out – we're eager for the new challenges!

Friday, August 31, 2018

DotNetBrowser 1.17 is Out!

Summer months were quite fruitful for DotNetBrowser. Newly released V1.17 features Default zoom level, Mouse input simulation, Upload progress notifications and more – picture what your .NET app could do with all the new options.

See the full list of changes on the Release Notes page.

We'd love to hear how else we can improve DotNetBrowser. Should you have any questions or suggestions, please drop us a line!

Friday, June 29, 2018

DotNetBrowser 1.16 – for the Best Looks of Your .NET Apps

Have your users see every dot of your app crystal-clear: starting with v1.16 DotNetBrowser supports HiDPI displays in every DPI awareness mode.

Moreover, this version introduces FIPS-compliance, and a whole bunch of useful improvements. See the full change list

If you feel, that DotNetBrowser can become even better, please get in touch with your comments and suggestions.

Friday, June 22, 2018

JxBrowser 6.21 is released!

An important #JxBrowser upgrade for Windows users: starting with this version library includes both Chromium 32-bit and Chromium 64-bit binaries. We also added support of HiDPI displays on Windows platform for Java 10. Download updated JxBrowser at: goo.gl/aK9Cuu.

Monday, June 4, 2018

DotNetBrowser 1.15 is Released!

Good news everyone! DotNetBrowser 1.15 is based on Chromium 64!

Take a look at the DotNetBrowser Release Notes for detailed information on the update.

Friday, May 4, 2018

JxBrowser 6.20 is released!

We're glad to announce, that the Chromium engine inside JxBrowser library was updated to v64.

Apart from this, JxBrowser 6.20 features NTLMv2 support and a list of important improvements.
See the full change record in JxBrowser Release Notes.

Tuesday, April 10, 2018

DotNetBrowser 1.14.1 is Released

The new version of the library features fixes for a number of reported issues, and a some improvements in key areas.

Please update the DotNetBrowser in your application for better stability and convenience.

See the details for this release at the Release Notes page.

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

JxBrowser 6.19 is released!

In this update we focused on improvements that were requested by our users. 
See the full list of improvements, and download the new version at the Release Notes page.

Tuesday, December 12, 2017

Reinforce Browsing Security with JxBrowser 6.18!

This JxBrowser update is focused on features, ensuring a safer web experience to the users:
  •  The new version supports the U2F authentication standard.
  •  The HTTP authentication cache can now be cleared.
  •  Cookies can now be encrypted.
For the full list of new features and improvements in this version, please see the Release Notes.

Friday, December 1, 2017

DotNetBrowser 1.14: Incognito Mode

DotNetBrowser 1.14 is released and available for Download.

- Incognito Mode 
  Starting from version 1.14 you can configure Browser to store all user data in memory    
  (Chromium's "Incognito" mode), so that all user data will be cleared once your .NET    
  application is terminated.

- HTML5 Color Picker
  In this version we have improved performance of the JavaScript-.NET bridge, and of the   
  DOM events processing. 

DotNetBrowser now supports HTML Input element with type=color and displays the default          
color chooser dialog where the user can select the required color.

Have a look at the full list of new functions on the DotNetBrowser Release Notes page 

Monday, November 6, 2017

JxBrowser 6.17 is Available for Download

We are glad to announce the release of the all-new JxBrowser 6.17, featuring support of the Chromium Sandbox on the Windows platforms, an interface to access IFRAME elements on the loaded DOM Document, and quite a number of requested improvements and fixes.

See the full list of changes, and download the new version at the Release Notes page.

Heads up! We plan to add support of Java 9 to the next version of JxBrowser. Stay tuned for updates.

Wednesday, October 18, 2017

DotNetBrowser 1.13 is Released

DotNetBrowser 1.13 is available for download.

In this version, we are glad to introduce a long-awaited functionality, that allows intercepting all the URL requests for both standard URL schemes (such as http, https, ftp, file) and custom schemes declared in your application.
After registering a protocol handler for a scheme, all the URLs with the specified scheme loaded into the Browser will be handled by this handler.

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

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

Thursday, October 5, 2017

JxBrowser 6.16 with macOS High Sierra Support is Available

JxBrowser 6.16 is released and available for download.

The updated library supports two new platforms: macOS 10.13 High Sierra and Ubuntu 17.04 Desktop.
This version also features an extended DOM API, the ability to enable and disable form autofill suggestions, and a way to provide a custom HTTP status code.

Have a look at the full list of new features with the usage instructions at the Release Notes page.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Advanced Web Browsing for .NET with DotNetBrowser 1.12

We're happy to announce the release of the brand new DotNetBrowser 1.12, running on Chromium 60.0.3112.113!

To make things even better, we have extended this release with sufficient number of new features and improvements, and polished out some issues. Have a look at the full list of new functions on the DotNetBrowser Release Notes page or download the new version right away from the product page.

Your thoughts and suggestions are always welcome under #dotnetbrowser tag on Stack Overflow or via the support portal.

Thursday, September 14, 2017

JxBrowser 6.15 is Released! Now powered by Chromium 60.

The grand news is here: JxBrowser is now powered by the Chromium engine version 60.0.3112.113! What are the benefits? Let's start with the automatically enabled support of WebGL 2.0.

This release also includes several new features like ProxyService, and more zooming options with trackpad on macOS. For the full record of the new features and improvements, please see the Release Notes page.

Otherwise, jump right in, and download JxBrowser 6.15 from the product page.

We'd love to hear, how the new version is doing. Please share your thoughts and comments under #jxbrowser tag on Stack Overflow or via email.