In the US and Canada, Daylight Savings Time (DST) will begin three weeks earlier than previously, and will end one week later. We’ve been asked whether JNBridgePro will properly handle these changes. The answer is yes, it will. However, you will need to make sure that your underlying Windows and Java systems have been updated […]
We’ve just released a new point release of JNBridgePro, version 3.1.2. You can get it by downloading a new copy of JNBridgePro 3.1 from http://www.jnbridge.com/, then uninstalling your old copy and installing the new one. You should use the new JNBridgePro components in your applications. To get the full advantage of all the fixes, we […]
There was an interesting support issue here the other day, asking how to use JNBridgePro-enabled application with ClickOnce. Let’s say you have a nice WinForms app that contains a Java Swing component: Now, let’s say you want to publish the application to a Web site, so that users can employ ClickOnce to download, unpack, […]
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 […]
A couple of weeks ago, I was in Redmond, where I had a conversation with Sam Ramji, who heads up Microsoft’s open source lab. Sam videotaped the conversation, and it’s now on the Port25 Web site. Thanks, Sam!