WebCream Release

WebCream is a unique tool for Java that provides automated web-enabling for GUI based Java applications and applets. WebCream allows developers to implement a GUI front end using AWT and Swing, and at the same time automatically get HTML access to the application. WebCream can be thought of as a runtime Java to HTML converter, that migrates Java user interface to an interactive web site. It then emulates web page actions as GUI events to retain application original logic. WebCream is unique in that it requires no modifications to existing forms and business logic, and does not require programmers to learn any APIs. You have to see it to believe it - check out our demo applications.

What's new in 6.1

  • Multiple windows are now rendered on the same page giving browser applications a more desktop-like feel
  • Modal dialogs support
  • UNIX JVM crashing issue fixed
  • JDK 1.6 support added

What's new in 6.0

  • AJAX functionality for component rendering and asynchronous communication with the server
  • Revamped rendering algorithm that now produces strictly complient HTML (bye-bye quirks mode)
  • Client-side sorting of JTable
  • Client-side filtering of JTable
  • Client-side splitter that actively resizes components in the browser
  • Client side validation via Validatable interface
  • Automatic resizing of maximized JFrame when the browser window is resized
  • Disable all components on submit and reenable them on focus gain
  • Support JFileChooser with SAVE_DIALOG option via file download
  • Regular expression for configuration of window and component properties
  • Built-in WYSIWIG Editor with spell checking and HTML formatting
  • Improved directory structure for scripts and stylesheets
  • Custom stylesheet for clean customization
  • Proper support for internal frames (all frames should be rendered, user should be able to click on frame header to switch to it)
  • Titled borders now use <fieldset> tag
  • keepAlive configuration parameter to keep server session alive by pinging the server as long as the browser window is open
  • notifyBeforeExpiration configuration parameter to display a notification in the browser allowing the user to prevent the session from expiring

 

Standard Edition is free and can be downloaded at http://www.creamtec.com/webcream/install/index.html

 

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