I personally can‘t recommend the jcef browser because of its bugs and crashes anymore.
If you just want a nice ui, I can recommend javafx and if you really need a web ui then use electron and communicate via websockets.
Hope this helps you.
I think they removed it (because the version was very outdated) and you have to compile it on your own.
I can not recommend this project anymore, as we experienced many crashes when resizing the window for example.
I would recommend to use sth like electron and communicate over websockets.
I think this statement is very misleading. The customers told you exactly what they want. If you had asked them „why“ often enough, you would see, that they want to go faster from a to b (and probably more comfortable)
Hello Joe Buza, and thank you for your comment!
Yes we have that, but programmers circumvent these safety mechanisms.
They think: hey when i am to harsh to him, he will be harsh to me the next time. So what they do is, they let most code in such situations pass.
thank you for your feedback! :)
I did this in my first project. You can do this but keep in mind, that when you import the store and action class as global variables, you make your life much harder, when you want to test these classes.
Some library (yarn in this case) wasn’t ready for what I wanted to make, but they implemented the feature I need and it will be released next weekend. Then I can publish my article and post/push the project to github.
So I will post the article after next week.
Thank you for your patience.
Thank you for your comment.
Unfortunately, I am not sure what you want to do?
JCEF embeds a Browser window in your swing application, so that you can display any webpage you want. Do you want to render your swt/swing application in a browser window? Or what exactly do you want to render in a browser window?