Interview on The Connected Show

We’ve posted the transcript for our interview on Connected Show! Episode 11, “JNBridge – Spanning Java & .NET” (the transcript starts about 27 minutes in). Peter Laudati, a Developer Evangelist for Microsoft, interviewed Wayne Citrin, CTO of JNBridge, at JavaOne. They talk about connecting Java and .NET applications using JNBridge. It’s just magic!

JNBridgePro and Eclipse 3.5 (Galileo)

In the JNBridgePro documentation for the Eclipse plug-in, it only mentions support up through Eclipse 3.4 (Ganymede). However, the JNBridgePro Eclipse plug-in also supports Eclipse 3.5 (Galileo). Install and use it in the same way as you would with previous versions of Eclipse, and everything will work just fine.

JNBridgePro and Windows 7

A number of our users have begun using Windows 7. You’ll be happy to know that JNBridgePro works fine with Windows 7, with a few caveats. Here’s where things stand with the current version (4.1.0): 32-bit JNBridgePro: 32-bit JNBridgePro works just fine with Windows 7. The product installs smoothly, and the proxy generators work, as […]

JNBridgePro is Compatible with Windows 7

We’ve just announced that JNBridgePro is compatible with Windows 7. You’ll need JNBridgePro v4.1.1 (or later), and you can download the latest version here.

Java/.NET Interoperability: Web Services Aren’t Always the Answer

DevX has posted a new article: Java/.NET Interoperability: Web Services Aren’t Always the Answer, Mixing .NET and Java technologies with web services is often easy, but for many tasks web services are not the solution for Java/.NET interoperability. Let us know what you think!