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JExplorer 2.x with Java Applets Support

03.19.2009
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JExplorer, a Java library for integrating Microsoft Internet Explorer into Java, supports Java applets now

After a small EAP period, TeamDev is happy to announce the commercial release of JExplorer 2.x.

JExplorer is our library that provides a convenient Java API for integrating Microsoft Internet Explorer into Java applications.

The most of changes in JExplorer 2.x were directed to improve its stability and to add Java Applets support. The changes in the core of JExplorer allowed us to isolate all potentially unsafe native code from the main Java application via moving each WebBrowser instance to a separate native process. With this major release we also introduce new features, such as Java Applets support, improved memory management, individual proxy settings for each WebBrowser instance. For the full list of new features and improvements, please read the What's New page.

You can see JExplorer 2.x in action in our WebStart Demo. Download the latest version and evaluate it during 30 days.

For any help or feedback related to the use of JExplorer 2.x, please use the support forum or e-mail us directly.

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Igor Shvydkoy replied on Fri, 2009/04/03 - 3:30am

If you mean accessing JavaScript from Java applets using Netscape's "LiveConnect" JavaScript extensions then it works well in JExplorer. All Java Applets in JExplorer are running in the same way as in Internet Explorer 6.0 and higher.

 

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