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Corporate Headquarters

Level 2, 147 Macquarie Street
Hobart, Tasmania
Australia  7000
Phone  +61 3 6222 6370
Fax      +61 3 6224 6259

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www.webrenderer.com
www.jadeliquid.com

 

 

Established

JadeLiquid Software was established in 2002 with a focus on streamlining the development of Java applications through robust component technology.

JadeLiquid has been at the forefront of Java browser technology since 2002. When JadeLiquid developed WebRenderer Desktop Edition 1.0, all Java browsers were pure Java and not based upon any "native" hybrid technology. JadeLiquid pioneered the commercial Java native browser architecture bringing on a second generation of Java browser SDK's. JadeLiquid has worked closely with clients to build the industry's leading Java browser SDK's.

Not taking a back-seat, JadeLiquid has once again set the bar higher with the introduction of the world's first third generation Java browser SDK in the WebRenderer Swing Edition. The WebRenderer Swing Edition is a Java browser SDK built on native hybrid technology (Mozilla) and rendering in pure Java Swing as a lightweight component.

Through world first technologies and millions of deployments JadeLiquid continues to pioneer and drive the global Java browser SDK market.

Mission Statement

Providing developers with commercial strength Java components to streamline Java application development.

Key Deployments

European Space Agency, European Patent Office, IBM, Lockheed Martin, Northrop Grumman

 

Millions of deployments and counting.. Users of JadeLiquid's tools can be found in every corner of the Earth

 

   News

 

 > Enabling Flash in WebRenderer - Sept/2013
 > Browser Zoom Effect using WebRenderer - May/2013
 > Applet deployment techniques - Nov/2012
 > WebRenderer core features on display! - Sept/2012
 
 
   Additional News  
 
 > Enabling HTML 5 WebSockets in WebRenderer - Blog
 > 64bit WebRenderer deployment with Web Start - Blog
 > Deploying WebRenderer Server Edition in Tomcat - Blog
 > WebRenderer 6 adds performance text search - Blog
 

 

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