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Friday, June 14, 2019

Announcing JxBrowser Early Access Preview Builds

Great news for non-stop development with JxBrowser!

The library's newest features and fixes will now be immediately available in Early Access Preview builds. We will announce them in JxBrowser Twitter account under #JxBrowserEAP hashtag.

Please note, that we recommend EAPs solely for development and testing purposes. Only stable versions are to be used in production.

Tuesday, June 11, 2019

Important Improvements in DotNetBrowser 1.20.1



This update of DotNetBrowser features a number of improvements and fixes, requested by the library's most active users.

The changes like Visual Studio 2019 toolbox support and ability to check for proprietary codecs add up to DotNetBrower's usage convenience and productivity.

Download the update or see the full list of news at the Release Notes page.

And don't forget to have a great day!

Thursday, May 30, 2019

It’s The 7! A Major Update for JxBrowser!


It is with great pleasure that we share our big news: please welcome the JxBrowser 7!

With this major update we have rethought the architecture and the API of our classical library, and rebuilt them from the ground up. It will make integration of the web content into Java desktop applications more flexible, more reliable, and more convenient.

With the 7 you can:

  • Simultaneously run as many independent Browser instances in your application, as necessary.
  • Speak to your users in their own language, with localization feature for Chromium error pages and message dialogs.
  • Smoothly print web content directly from your application with a standard Print Preview dialog. 
  • Emulate a web server by intercepting all URL requests and provide custom URL responses in both synchronous and asynchronous way.
  • Effortlessly access JavaScript DOM objects and work with them through JxBrowser DOM API with the automatic type conversion.

Check out the release notes for the full list of news and improvements, and see the migration guide for instructions on how to employ the new version’s possibilities in the projects, where JxBrowser is already used.

Please note, that starting from this version and further JxBrowser will be documented in the new Help Center. The documentation for JxBrowser up to 6.x remains available in the previous support portal.

We are looking forward to your impressions and suggestions on the new version!


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.