Release Notes: The installer was sped up and the status bar was improved for the installer, updater, and uninstaller. Minor bugs were fixed.
Release Notes: The JExpress Updater now supports SSL/TLS connections. The installer automatically selects the most recent JRE that matches the project's criteria on Windows. Additionally, the installer can detect if a newer version was installed previously and alert the user. Native Mac installers show the product name in the Doc and title bar. When using JExpress with the Advanced interface, error messages include links to suggestions about how to solve the challenge.
Release Notes: JExpress now lets you create Java Web Start installers. This means that your customers can simply click on a link to start the installer. You also can maintain multiple servers for different versions and updates are automatically downloaded from the original server.
Release Notes: This release configures executables on Windows Vista to run as admin. It fixes the suggested directory name for multiple components. It improves the AutoStartMenu class in the Samples directory.
Release Notes: Spanish translations were improved. The example Ant build files were changed to reference JExpressAdvanced. The URL for the table of contents was updated.
Release Notes: A null pointer which was encountered when creating a menu without an icon was fixed.
Release Notes: JAR files can be automatically compressed and expanded using Pack 200. Additionally, installers, uninstallers, and updaters include translations for Chinese, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese.
Release Notes: This release adds a launchApp method to the installer's API. It automatically finds the package name of custom classes. Customizing the uninstaller to send feedback has been simplified. The list of files in a project is alphabetized.
Release Notes: A bug launching Linux native installers was fixed.
Release Notes: The autoupdater in this release detects if there's a new version of your product in seconds. Updates can now show either overall progress or file by file progress. In addition to building installers, JExpress can now create a double clickable JAR file with a full manifest and main class. Bugs were fixed, including silent install problems and problems with finding some JVMs on Unix systems.