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Friday, December 18, 2009

JxBrowser 2.0 Released

TeamDev is happy to announce official release of JxBrowser 2.0, a cross-platform library that allows integrating web browser into Java AWT/Swing applications on Windows, Linux and Mac OS X platforms.

In this version we have added support of Apple Safari (WebKit) engine on Mac OS X platform and Internet Explorer on Windows. With JxBrowser 2.x, you have a choice - which browser engine your Java application should use on different operating systems. Now you can use the default system browser instead of Mozilla Gecko engine on Mac OS X and Windows platforms.

You can get access to the powerful browser engines functionality through the new JxBrowser 2.x API. Samples in distribution package will demonstrate how you can navigate to a web page and wait until the page is loaded; take a full web page screen shot and save it to image file; get access to browser events, DOM, browser features and more.

Download the JxBrowser 2.0 build and try the included demo application and samples.

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