On March 25, Google published an emergency security update to patch a high severity vulnerability (CVE-2022-1096).

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JxBrowser and JCEF

When looking for a solution to display HTML, execute JavaScript, or use OAuth2 protocol in Java, one often looks for a full-fledged embeddable browser. If you go for Chromium, you can either use JCEF or JxBrowser for integration.

We have gathered the most common comparison points and compiled this guide for you. To help you choose between the libraries, we compare their architecture, functionality, and required integration efforts.

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JxBrowser Does Not Use Log4j

JxBrowser is not susceptible to Log4j’s CVE-2021-44228.

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JxBrowser and JavaFX WebView

Both JxBrowser and JavaFX WebView allow you to bring web technologies in your cross-platform Java desktop application to get the best of both worlds: the ubiquity of the web platform and the power of the Java platform.

Before choosing JxBrowser our clients sometimes ask us about the difference between JxBrowser and JavaFX WebView. In this article we will compare these solutions in terms of their architecture, rendering, support of the latest web standards including HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, and more.

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Updated System Requirements

In JxBrowser 7.20 we upgraded Chromium to version 94. Apart from being the first one in the Extended Stable channel, in this version the minimum system requirements have changed. Chromium 94 dropped support of some old Linux distributions and macOS versions.

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