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 16 February 2010 - WebRenderer Swing Edition 5 released


JadeLiquid Software™ is proud to announce the release of WebRenderer™ Swing Edition 5.0, a major advancement to the world�s first and only standards compliant pure Swing embedded Java™ browser SDK.

WebRenderer Swing Edition 5.0 supports:

- 100% pure Swing Lightweight rendering;
- W3C DOM (including Level 2)
- Plugins including Java Applets
- SSL Certificate Interface
- Windows, Linux, OS X, Solaris and AIX support
- Improved Graphics Library
- JavaScript Engine - Speed improvements and enhanced memory performance
- Security Improvements

Built upon Mozilla® technology (based on the Firefox® 3 engine) and rendering in 100% pure Java Swing, WebRenderer Swing Edition 5.0 incorporates significant upgrades to the rendering engine resulting in major performance improvements.

"WebRenderer continues to provide Java developers with unrivaled speed, rendering quality, and standards compliance", said Anthony Scotney, CEO of JadeLiquid Software.

JadeLiquid Software offers direct support for WebRenderer, hot fixes are available for download online, and rolling release schedule rather than long wait times between releases.

To download a free trial version of WebRenderer Swing Edition 5.0, visit

About JadeLiquid Software

JadeLiquid Software established in 2002, is a leading provider of Software Development Tools (LiquidTest product family) and SDK's for use with enterprise applications and web services. WebRenderer is the market leading standards compliant Java web browser SDK. JadeLiquid has an installed base spanning the globe with deployments numbering in the millions in North America, Europe and Asia.
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Millions of deployments and counting.. Users of JadeLiquid's tools can be found in every corner of the Earth




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