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Thursday, July 28, 2016

JxMaps 1.1 is Released

Happy to share the news of JxMaps 1.1 release. The new version is based on Chromium 49. Apart from this we have simplified the API and added JavaFX support.

More details on this release are available in our release notes.

Feel free to download and try out the new version, and make sure to share your feedback with us: send us an email or post a question with #jxmaps tag on Stack Overflow.

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Affiliate Links Review on a Blog Devoted to WordPress

TeamDev has been into WordPress plugin development for a while.

We have launched a number of helpful plugins that even a non-developer can use to optimize their WordPress website: clean the source code from the unnecessary elements and make it SEO-ready, enhance built in search facilities, help adopt AMP technology, and more.

Recently we’ve been in contact with Dave, a blogger from Belgium, who is the owner of a blog devoted to explaining WordPress technology. Now we are more than happy to reference his article about our Affiliate Links plugin for link shortening and masking, that he used himself, and decided to share his experience with his readers. The article is in German, but luckily, due to modern technology, a foreign language is less of a barrier every day.

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Wednesday, July 6, 2016

JxBrowser 6.6 is Released

JxBrowser 6.6 is now available for download.

The major change in this release is upgrade of the Chromium engine to version 51.0.2704.106, which also brings several changes to JxBrowser system requirements.

In November 2015 Google announced the end of Chrome/Chromium’s support for Windows XP, as well as Windows Vista, and Mac OS X 10.6, 10.7, and 10.8, since these platforms are no longer actively supported by Microsoft and Apple. Starting with Google Chrome/Chromium 50 these platforms are not supported at all. Since JxBrowser 6.6 is based on Chromium 51, support of these platforms has been dropped as well.

Except for Chromium engine upgrade, in this version we introduced a new functionality that allows receiving notifications when the spell checker has checked the text on the loaded web page. Using it you can get information about spelling mistakes on the web page.
Several critical issues reported by JxBrowser customers have also been resolved in this update.

For the full list of the features and improvements in this version, please see the Release Note record.

Monday, July 4, 2016

Enjoy Extended DOM API in DotNetBrowser 1.7.1

DotNetBrowser has been updated to version 1.7.1.

In this release we have primarily focused on improvements and additions.

We have extended our DOM API to simplify the work with HTML forms fields. In previous versions, it was difficult to obtain current values from the fields and this task was often done using JavaScript. Now this can be done using DOM API itself.

Further, we have added support of two Chromium native features: spell checker and password manager.

Full list of changes for your attention is, as always, at the DotNetBrowser Release Notes page.

The update is available for download.

Post your questions, if any, on Stack Overflow under #dotnetbrowser tag and we’ll be happy to help you out!