JxBrowser: New Life of Your Java Browser

Internet Explorer is retired

It is official: since January 12, 2016, all versions of Internet Explorer, save the most recent one, are not supported. As to the last one, it is stated to be supported along with Windows 7, Windows 8.1, and Windows 10 platform, without any plans for further development.

Better alternative for your app

Get hold of the richness of the modern web with Chromium – currently one the most popular web browser engines. Chromium is fast, safe and reliable, it supports Windows, macOS, and Linux. It is in active development, so your app will stay up-to-date with the global web browsing trends.

We support your technological improvement

Integrate Chromium into your Java app using JxBrowser, a proven Java integration solution, created by TeamDev. If you’ve made up your mind to give your Java browser a new brighter life, we would be happy to support you with a 25% discount for the purchase of JxBrowser.

Contact Us

Getting Help

Contact Support

If you have an active support subscription, purchased prior to June 30, 2018, please use the email address, provided to you in the email confirming the license purchase.

Ask a Question

If you have questions, not covered by the documentation, please email us at sales@teamdev.com.

Licensing and Pricing

License use is governed by the product license agreement

JExplorer is supported until June 30, 2019

You can use the previously purchased license after this date,
but we will not be able to help you or provide you with updates.

Frequently Asked Questions

If you are a current customer of JExplorer all the support hours remain with you and are valid until your support period comes to an end.

All Commercial licences previously purchased will remain valid. You can continue using them according to the terms of the Product License Agreement.

Technical Questions

JExplorer integrates with MS Internet Explorer 6 and higher on Windows 7, 8, 10, 2008, 2012.

Compared to JxBrowser, JExplorer doesn’t deploy the native web browser engine binaries and integrates with installed MS IE. Since JExplorer integrates only with MS IE, it supports only Windows platform. JxBrowser is a cross-platform library based on Google Chromium engine.

Yes, JExplorer can be used in Java Applet and JWS applications.

You can find a lot of examples in JExplorer distribution package and online at JExplorer Samples web page.

Licensing Questions

Our licensing is based on versions of JExplorer. Having purchased the license for our product you get the right to use the current major version of the product.

You can distribute unlimited number of copies of your product with our library enclosed.

Project License is bound to your project via a fully-qualified class name. A fully-qualified name for a class is the package name followed by the class name, separated by a period (.). For example: com.mycompany.myproduct.MyClass

When we say “project” we have in mind one product of your company including your future product versions or potential derivative works based on your product.

The Project License is tied to one project only.

Having purchased the license you received a license archive with two types of JAR files: development.jar and runtime.jar. Development.jar is intended to be used in the development process. Runtime.jar is to be used for distribution of your software with JExplorer enclosed.