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WebRenderer is an embedded Java browser component. Through an innovative architecture WebRenderer provides Standards compliance that no other Java browser can match. Tight integration with the underlying Operating System provides WebRenderer with Speed, Standards Compliance and Security.







Standards support (HTML 4.01, CSS 1 & 2, SSL, JavaScript, XHTML, XSL etc.)




Speed (Bench tests have proven WebRenderer is faster than competing Java browsers)




Scalability (WebRenderer supports document sizes in excess of 8mb)




Predictable rendering (due to WebRenderers underlying components)




Security (based on industry standard components)




Stability and robustness (Industry tried and tested)




Industry deployed (Department of Defence, European Space Agency etc)




WebRenderer was developed to provide Java applications with:








Complete and extensive HTML document rendering




Multimedia content rendering (Macromedia Flash, Quicktime, Acrobat etc..)




Common web content support (XML, XHTML, XSL, etc..)




Access to the DOM and dynamic content authoring




SSL (Secure Socket Layer) support




Support for web scripting languages such as JavaScript





HTML Form submission and interception including HTTP POST and GET




Mouse events, browser events, network events, DOM events, file chooser events





Document history




Print support including Print Preview




Copy, Cut, Paste into all common Word Processors without loss of format



 WebRenderer runs across multiple platforms including Windows, Linux, OSX, Solaris and JavaDesktop


Millions of deployments and counting.. Users of JadeLiquid's tools can be found in every corner of the Earth




 > Enabling Flash in WebRenderer - Article
 > Browser Zoom Effect using WebRenderer - Article
 > Applet deployment techniques - Article
 > WebRenderer core features on display! - Article
   Additional News  
 > Enabling HTML 5 WebSockets in WebRenderer - Blog
 > 64bit WebRenderer deployment with Web Start - Blog
 > Deploying WebRenderer Server Edition in Tomcat - Blog
 > WebRenderer 6 adds performance text search - Blog


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