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JExplorer

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Categories: Internet and communications, Rich client UI - Swing

Author: TeamDev

Latest version: 1.7
Added 2006-06-27

Library for integrating Internet Explorer into Java applications.
JExplorer allows embedding the Internet Explorer browser into Swing applications and use the provided JExplorer API.

Features include:
- Visual Browser component for embedding into a Swing UI and the HeadlessBrowser implementation for automated tests
- Usual methods for navigation such as navigate(), back(), forward() and stop()
- Regular Java listeners for various browser events
- Execute JavaScript on the HTML page by using the WebBrowser.executeScript() method
- Set and get the HTML content by using respectively the setContent() and getContent() methods of the WebBrowser instance
- Create context-dependent Java menus instead of standard browser menus
- Access to the browser's DOM and fast W3C DOM API adapters
- Access to the browser's extended options such as AllowImages, AllowScripts, etc.
- Set and get cookies for the specified URL by using the setCookie() and getCookies() methods
- Forms API providing a way to manipulate data in the HTML form elements
- Direct access to the MSHTML API via wrappers for COM interfaces
- JNIWrapper API access

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