A pure HTML5 solution to extend the life of Flash applications on any browser
Today we announce the general availability of CheerpX for Flash, a solution for organisations to extend the life of existing Flash applications on any browser after December 2020.
CheerpX for Flash allows organisations to extend the life of any Flash-based application, including Flex, Spark and OpenLaszlo applications. Applications built using any framework, with any build environment, are compatible with CheerpX for Flash.
This solution primarily targets the Enterprise sector, in urgent need to extend the life of complex existing Flash applications, particularly those based on Flex…
Running any Flash application without the Flash Player plug-in thanks to WebAssembly virtualization and emulation.
October 19 Update: CheerpX for Flash is now generally available. You can read the announcement here.
Today we are proud to announce CheerpX for Flash, a solution to run existing Flash applications on any browser after December 2020.
CheerpX for Flash will allow organisations to extend the life of any Flash-based application, including Flex, Spark and OpenLaszlo applications, by using an ‘emulated’ (virtualised) version of the Adobe Flash Player, that can be used post-2020.
CheerpX for Flash is a solution that primarily targets the Enterprise…
Best-in-class C/C++ to WebAssembly compiler
Today we announce the release of Cheerp 2.5, the first major release of the Cheerp compiler after the release of 2.0 — the first release to support WebAssembly — one year ago. This follows our release candidate of April 8th, announced here.
While also based on the LLVM/Clang stack…
Smaller and faster WebAssembly from C++ compared with Emscripten
Today we are proud to announce the first release candidate of Cheerp 2.5 (2.5RC1), a major update to the Cheerp toolchain since the release of Cheerp 2.0 — the first release to support WebAssembly — one year ago.
While also based on the LLVM/Clang stack, Cheerp does…
Since release 2.0, CheerpJ supports WebAssembly in its runtime environment, for higher performance and smaller footprint. The full release notes for CheerpJ 2.0 can be found here.
CheerpJ 2.1 is a maintenance release introducing several optimizations…
CheerpJ achieves this by:
New maintenance release now available
CheerpJ 1.4 is a maintenance release, featuring several bug fixes, extended support for non-ASCII Java fields, improved support for key codes, fixes to reflection, and fixes to some components of AWT.
To update to CheerpJ to version 1.4, simply download the latest version of the compiler here, and rebuild your project with the new compiler. …
Today we are proud to announce the release of Cheerp 2.0, the culmination of 4 years of improvements and optimisations and our biggest release yet since Cheerp 1.0 in 2014.
Cheerp is the most advanced and flexible solution to bring C++ code to the Web. It is based on the industry-standard Clang/LLVM stack, and provides a robust workflow with sensible defaults, clear error messages and gcc-like command-line options that…
CheerpJ 1.3 introduces significant improvements to font rendering speed, input methods, extended support to applets, and several low-level performance updates and improvements.
Trying CheerpJ 1.3 (or updating version) is very easy. Download the latest version of the compiler here, and follow our tutorials to get started. If you are updating version, make sure to rebuild your project with the 1.3 …
This release introduces two features which have been highly requested by our commercial users: an integration with ProGuard to allow major reductions in startup time and download size, and full integration with the system clipboard, allowing to copy and paste between the browser and the system. This release introduces further optimisations to memory use, size of generated code and networking.