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Wednesday, September 27, 2006

JNIWrapper.com site migration. Part 1

As part of the marketing effort to raise TeamDev's profile and promote its name as the creator of JNIWrapper family products, we have planned several steps in this regard. Some of them have already been made:

The forums of JNIWrapper family products have been moved to the integrated customer support and troubleshooting service of TeamDev at support.teamdev.com
The user registration service of the JNIWrapper forums has been integrated with www.teamdev.com

We are doing our best to make this transition as transparent as possible for JNIWrapper users. In case of any problems with your user account, please let us know at support@teamdev.com.

More changes are still under way and will mostly affect the structure and functionality of JNIWrapper.com. We will keep you posted on these changes once they are implemented.

Thank you for staying with us!

Friday, September 22, 2006

QuipuKit EAP3 Build Announcement

Today TeamDev is releasing a third public build of the QuipuKit library for JSF under the terms of Early Access Program.

This EAP build is a bug fix release. Special thanks to our forum members who submitted issues while evaluating QuipuKit. For more details about the fixes, please read the What'€™s New page.

Download the new EAP build and evaluate the improvements. See QuipuKit library in action in the online demo.

Friday, September 1, 2006

JNIWrapper 3.4, ComfyJ 2.2, JExplorer 1.7

It's been quite long since we last released such a massive maintenance update. Today JNIWrapper Team releases updates for the better part of its integration products family.

The JNIWrapper update contains several bug fixes that improve the product on most of the supported platforms.

The ComfyJ update brings along a couple of new features and a significant number of fixes. Do not miss out on a new IntelliJ IDEA plugin we created for ComfyJ Code Generator.

The JExplorer update is probably the biggest one. It contains some features we were originally planning for the next major release. Some of them are: reading/writing Internet Explorer proxy settings, capturing and printing Browser component contents, Internet Explorer automation, and more. This is not counting the stability improvements and other fixes.

30-day evaluation is available as always on JExplorer page.

We look forward to your feedback on the new versions.