We’re happy to announce we’ve released JNBridgePro v3.1, our new version! The two big new features of 3.1 are:
- The ability to embed .NET WinForms UI controls inside Java AWT, Swing, and SWT applications, and the ablity to embed Java AWT and Swing applications inside .NET WinForms apps. Over the last few years, this has probably been the most requested new feature. A few months ago, we posted some early bits that showed how embedding of GUI elements could be done (http://www.jnbridge.com/blog/?p=10 and http://www.jnbridge.com/blog/?p=9); we’ve incorporated these capabilities into the 3.1 release, solidified them, and added some additional features that weren’t mentioned in the blog, like the ability to use WinForms controls in SWT.
- The ability to have Java code call .NET code running in multiple CLRs, possibly on multiple machines. For a long time, we’ve offered the reverse ability in our EE version: to have .NET code call Java code in multiple Java sides. Based on customer feedback, we decided it was a good time to balance things out by supporting one-to-many interop in the other direction. And, best of all, this new capability is available in both the SE and EE versions.
Plus, we’ve added a lot of other enhancements and fixes to make JNBridgePro 3.1 our best JNBridgePro yet!
For more information, visit http://www.jnbridge.com/pnews.htm.