The following is a public service announcement intended to help anyone who has a C++ project that was created with an old Visual Studio version like VS 2005 or 2008, and now wants to keep editing it with a more modern Visual Studio.
In planning our next version of JNBridgePro, we’re reviewing support for running our plug-in on Visual Studio 2005 and 2008. Because Microsoft added multi-targeting to VS 2010 and later, developers no longer need VS 2005 or 2008 to build projects for .NET 2.0/3.0/3.5. Besides, Microsoft has discontinued its own support for VS 2005 and 2008, […]
If you haven’t yet had a chance, check out our new JNBridge website. We’ve redone it in a more modern style, suitable for tablets and phones as well as for desktop browsers. We’re particularly proud of our new Developer Centers, where we’ve collected tutorials, demos, videos, and documentation. You can find the Developer Centers under […]
Java 8 contains two new features, static interface methods and default interface methods, that affect JNBridgePro functionality. Both features are designed to improve usability of the language…
Embedding Java components in .NET applications, when using Java 7 or 8, doesn’t work the same way it previously did with Java 5 or 6, as the focus handling has changed. When Java components are embedded in .NET applications, and Java 7 or 8 is being used, focus-related events like keyboard events and mouse wheel […]