JNBridgePro 6.0 Connects Java&.NET Apps in the Cloud

by Abel Avram Follow 11 Followers on  May 28, 2011

JNBridge has enhanced their interoperability tool to enable native communication between Java to .NET applications deployed in the cloud or on the ground and in the cloud.


JNBridge Brings Distributed Transactions Across Java and .NET Code

by Jonathan Allen Follow 615 Followers on  Dec 08, 2009

JNBridge is a technology that allows Java and .NET code to share objects without relying on cross-compilers. Under this scheme, the JVM and CLR may be running on the separate machines, separate processes on the same machine, or even in the same process. With JNBridge 5.0, these capabilities have been extended to also support each platforms native transaction support.


JNBridgePro 4.0 Introduces New Visual Studio and Eclipse Plug-ins

by Hartmut Wilms Follow 0 Followers on  May 08, 2008

JNBridge, provider of Java and .NET interoperability tools, announced a new release of its core product, JNBridgePro, at JavaOne 2008.


JNBridge releases two new JMS Adapters for Microsoft .NET and BizTalk Server

by Hartmut Wilms Follow 0 Followers on  Oct 30, 2007 2

Today JNBridge, one of the leading suppliers of Java/.NET interoperability tools for software developers, announced the release of two new Java Messaging Services (JMS) Adapters for the Microsoft .NET platform.


JNBridge 3.1: Embed SWT/Swing in .NET and Winforms in Java

by Floyd Marinescu Follow 38 Followers on  Nov 14, 2006 1

JNBridge 3.1 is a Java and .NET interoperability bridge tool that allows Java or .NET code to run in each others JVM or CLR in-process, with shared memory. Version 3.1 adds the ability to embed AWT/SWT and Swing widgets inside WinForms apps, or embed .NET WinForms controls into Java UIs. InfoQ spoke to JNBridge to hear more about the technical integration.

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