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Thursday, November 26, 2020

DotNetBrowser 2.3 is Released!


Meet DotNetBrowser 2.3!
Besides the upgraded Chromium engine under the hood, it features new possibilities in the JavaScript–.NET bridge and an extensive list of improvements.

See the release notes for the full list of changes and download the upgrade

Tuesday, November 10, 2020

JxBrowser is Upgraded to v 7.12!

JxBrowser got updated to v7.12! 

It now runs on #Chromium 84 and provides quite a number of new options when working with DOM, and JavaScript-Java Bridge API. 

See all the improvements and download the new version here

Tuesday, October 6, 2020

JxBrowser is Upgraded to v7.11!

JxBrowser 7.11 is available for download! 

With this update we introduce support of Amazon Corretto and AdoptOpenJDK 8 and 11, extend the JavaScript-Java Bridge API with the possibility to access Java fields from JavaScript, improve stability, and fix the reported issues.

See all the improvements and download the new version.

Wednesday, September 9, 2020

DotNetBrowser is Upgraded to v2.2!


The new DotNetBrowser 2.2 features an increased FPS rate in the off-screen rendering mode and allows more control over traffic, cache, and handling of PDFs. 

Check out all the new features and download an updated library!

Friday, August 14, 2020

JxBrowser 7.10 is Released

JxBrowser 7.10 is out! 

Enjoy improved rendering performance in the Off-Screen mode, and save up on traffic by disabling requests to unused web services.

See the full list of improvements and download the new version!

Friday, July 17, 2020

JxBrowser 7.9 is Released!

Meet JxBrowser 7.9!

It allows you:
- to choose whether to download PDFs or view them in the browser directly;
- to navigate back and forward with left/right swipes on touch screen devices;
- to clear HTTP cache in both disk and memory.

See all the good news and try the new version out!

Thursday, June 18, 2020

DotNetBrowser Got Upgraded to v2.1!

DotNetBrowser moves forward to v2.1!

The library got more powerful with Chromium 79 under the hood. It also provides a range of options to manage Engine, Elements, and to work with the JavaScript functions from the .NET side.

Have a look!

Friday, May 29, 2020

Meet JxBrowser 7.8 Powered by Chromium 79!

The new version of JxBrowser makes web browsing in your Java application yet more powerful with Chromium 79.0.3945.130 under the hood, and yet more convenient with abilities like loading resources by URL without specifying the protocol, flexible resizing on macOS, and much more.

See the full list of improvements and get the latest JxBrowser for your application!

Friday, May 15, 2020

JxBrowser 7.7 with SWT Support is Out!

We are excited to announce that JxBrowser can now help display the modern web content in SWT/Eclipse RCP applications!
Please meet the JxBrowser 7.7 with the BrowserView control for the SWT/Eclipse RCP.

This release also includes a great number of improvements, including the two-times increase in the load speed of the web pages!

Friday, April 10, 2020

JxBrowser 7.6 – Yet More Reliable in Tough Conditions.

The new version of JxBrowser is ready for download!

Apart from the great number of the requested improvements and fixes, this upgrade includes extended JavaScript-Java Bridge API, and the ability to clear HTTP authentication cache.

Have a look at the full list of changes at the Release Notes page and see the v7.6 work!

Thursday, February 27, 2020

DotNetBrowser 2.0 Supporting .NET Core is Ready!

We have great news to share today: DotNetBrowser got upgraded to version 2.0!

Here is why it is so significant:

  • Starting from this version DotNetBrowser became compatible with .NET Standard 2.0, which means you can now integrate the modern web content in both .NET Framework and in .NET Core applications on Windows.
  • The rethought architecture of the library now allows you to create and run numerous independent Browser instances at once, adding up to your app’s stability. 
  • The range of new features, introduced with the new API, include the ability to play the video/audio content on Netflix, Amazon Prime, Spotify, etc., and convenient printing of the web content using the standard Print Preview dialog.
  • On a look’n’feel side we have added support of Favicon and the ability to hide scrollbars and disable touch menus, which is particularly useful for kiosk applications.

See the complete list of changes introduced in DotNetBrowser 2.0 here.

We have also prepared a detailed Migration guide to help you change your code to work with the new version.

Please note, that starting from this version and further DotNetBrowser documentation is provided in the new Help Center. The documentation for DotNetBrowser 1.x remains available in the previous support portal.

Try the new DotNetBrowser out and let us know your thoughts and comments!