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Direct support via email, online web form or phone. Hot fixes available for download online. Rolling release schedule rather than long wait times between builds. Online knowledge base including code examples and developer guides.





WebRenderer Swing Edition is a pure Swing embedded Java browser component built upon Mozilla technology (the same as Firefox™). Through an innovative world-first architecture WebRenderer Swing Edition provides Standards compliance that no other Java browser can match whilst remaining a pure Swing Lightweight component.



Features exclusive to the Swing Edition



100% pure Swing Lightweight rendering


HTML 5, SVG, Canvas, SSL, Javascript etc..


W3C DOM (inc Level 2)


Plugins inc Java Applets


SSL Certificate Interface


32 and 64bit: Windows, Linux, OSX, Solaris and AIX



Getting started..



The WebRenderer Swing Edition is available for a free 30 day trial period. To help you get started we have put together a Developers Guide, Code Examples, an API document and some test applications with the 30 day trial.



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WebRenderer is a fully supported SDK, with regular updates and extensions to the core API.







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