[Project_owners] "JRex - The Java Browser Component" Status Update(16-Jul-2004)

JREX JREX jrex_moz at yahoo.com
Fri Jul 16 07:19:24 EDT 2004


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<h4>JRex - v1.0b</h4>
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	"JRex" is a Java Browser Component with set of API's
for Embedding Mozilla Gecko within a Java Application.
	  <ul>
	    <li><a href="http://jrex.mozdev.org">Home
Page</a></li>
    	<li>Install</li>
    	<li>Contact:<a
href="mailto:jrex_moz at yahoo.com">Me</a></li>
      </ul>
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Following features are complete:
<ul>
<li>Embedded Java Browser based on Mozilla GECKO.</li>
<li>Event capturing like InputEvents (Mouse &
keyboard), History, ContextMenu, ContentUrlListener,
Observer, Progress, ToolTip.</li>
<li>Compatible with AWT and Swing.</li>
<li>Build in support for window and event
management.</li>
<li>Easy to use, developer need not know much of
Mozilla details. The effective line of code for simple
use is not more than 3 lines.</li>
<li>Easy to use and easily extendable API's.</li>
<li>Compatible with windows and *nix (Having GTK
support).</li>
<li>Compatible with Mozilla 1.4 and above. Has been
tested with Mozilla 1.4 and 1.6, 1.7, 1.8</li>
<li>Supports Tabbed and Java Internal Pane browser
windows.</li>
<li>Support for Profile & preferences.</li>
<li>Support for Persist, Find & BroswerSetup (to
enable/disable plug-in, image etc.) preferences.</li>
<li>Support for accessing DOM objects of rendered
page.</li>
<li>In built support for Java WebStart
deployment.</li>
<li>In built support for LiveConnect which helps in
communication between javascript and Java.</li>
      Can be used for communication between custom XUL
application with JVM in which JRex is running.</li>
</ul>
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Please check JRex <a
href="http://jrex.mozdev.org">Home Page</a> for more
details and demos.
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+Medappa


		
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