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Monday, September 26, 2016

Version 1.2 of JxDocument is Released!

We’re glad to announce that JxDocument continues to evolve and today it turned 1.2. The update is available for download on the product page.

This version can boast improved memory usage and stability of the library in the multi-threaded environment.
For the full list of improvements in this update, please see the Release Notes.

Monday, September 19, 2016

JExplorer 3.4: While You Consider Switching to Chromium

JExplorer 3.4 is now available for download.

In this minor update we have added support of Windows Server 2003 platform and pop up management functionality, and fixed several issues reported by our customers. The full list of changes in this version is available in the Release Notes.

We would also like to remind you, that since January 12, 2016 Microsoft does not support any versions of the JExplorer’s underlying technology — Internet Explorer, except the last one.

If you prefer not to wait for the inevitable, and make the necessary changes in advance, we have prepared a transition offer for all JExplorer licence owners. Now you can move from JExplorer to JxBrowser — a Java browser component, based on Chromium, with a 25% discount, and enrich your Java app with any feature the modern web can offer.

Friday, September 16, 2016

A slimmer and more efficient JxBrowser 6.7 is available!

JxBrowser 6.7 is now available for download.

In this update we extended JavaScript-Java Bridge, DOM and Zoom API with new functionality, added API that allows getting notifications when web page becomes unresponsive, fixed several issues reported by our customers, improved stability and support of HiDPI monitors on Windows platforms, decreased size of JxBrowser JAR files by ~30% and implemented lots of other improvements.

Please note that starting from 6.7 version, the JxBrowser logging level is set to SEVERE by default instead of ALL (in previous versions). According to your feedback, you prefer that JxBrowser doesn’t print all log messages into console output by default.

For the full list of improvements in this update, please see the Release Notes.

Tuesday, September 13, 2016

Get a grip of DOM in your .NET apps with DotNetBrowser 1.8.1!

DotNetBrowser 1.8.1, featuring the long-awaited DOM API update is available for download.

Now it is possible to create and modify DOM nodes, emulate custom DOM events for the specific DOM elements and  get the DOM node at the particular location on the page.

This version also contains a bunch of other useful features and improvements, providing even smoother experience of using DotNetBrowser in .NET projects. See the full list of changes on the Release Notes page.

We'd love to hear your thoughts and comments on the new version in comments. If you prefer a more private mode of conversation, drop us a line to email, provided in the evaluation confirmation letter.