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Tag Archives: Internet Explorer
In a recent project, we experienced the phenomenon that the GWT application was broken when started in Internet Explorer 11 embedded in a specific rich client application. It turned out that the user agent string sent by the browser was … Continue reading
When writing business web applications you often need to show PDF files in your application. But this requires that the user has an installation of a PDF viewer (e.g. Adobe Reader) and the browser plugin is activated. With PDF.js there … Continue reading
After about 15 months, we finally get the new GWT 2.6 release. It can be downloaded from the GWT project page or code.google.com. Here are the propably most important changes in the new version: Java 7 support Language features of Java … Continue reading
Up until now, Internet Explorer 10 was only available for Windows 8. That changed today, as Microsoft released IE10 for Windows 7. IE10 is more secure than it’s predecessors and has a better support for web standards (HTML5, CSS3). Additionally, … Continue reading