TeamDev is announcing the release of JExplorer 1.9.1.
JExplorer (derivative from Java Explorer) provides a convenient Java API for integrating Microsoft Internet Explorer into Java applications. With JExplorer, you can use the IE browser as a Java Swing UI component, in headless mode, or programmatically manipulate it without embedding in the UI. You can do all these and many other integration tasks purely in the Java language. No specific knowledge of COM or the Microsoft Internet Explorer API is required.
This maintenance release introduces features and improvements requested by JExplorer customers as well as resolves several issues reported to our support center:
- Added a new listener for windows resize related events.
- Added ability to get all input parameters for popup windows.
- Improved ContextMenuProvider class to allow receiving the original HTML element on right click action.
- Improved the Cookie class to be serializable.
- Updated the Programmer's Guide documentation and added new samples.
For the full list of resolved issues and improvements, please read the What's New page.