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JadeLiquid Announces WebRenderer Server Edition Beta Release for Java J2EE
WebRenderer Java browser component tightly integrates into any Java Server or Desktop application
Oct. 20, 2005 11:15 AM
JadeLiquid Software announced the beta release of WebRenderer Server Edition, the leading Java browser component. WebRenderer Server Edition development has been driven by overwhelming demand for a standards compliant Java browser component that runs in headless server environments without the requirement for a GUI.
JadeLiquid continues to offer customers the most accurate, standards compliant and robust Java browser component technology commercially available. The WebRenderer Server Edition allows for headless rendering of web-content across multiple platforms without the requirement for a GUI such as XWindows. WebRenderer Server Edition does not require any graphics resource or Java Swing or AWT support.
WebRenderer Server Edition can be utilized in server side automation including automated unit testing of web services, HTML to bitmap conversion, automated report printing, thumbnail generation and web transaction verification.
WebRenderer allows for the creation of HTML/XML/Web-content centric Java applications by providing both client-side and server-side web content rendering for J2EE and web infrastructure driven back-ends.
WebRenderer is deployed within both Government agencies and Commercial organizations spanning the globe. WebRenderer is used within Java applications in a variety of industry sectors including Semiconductor, Aerospace, Defence, Software and Finance.
WebRenderer is limitless in its versatility and opens new realms for Java web content viewing.
A 30 day trial version of WebRenderer Server Edition is available at www.webrenderer.com