Release Notes: Now automatically adds CopyCheq Web-based license tracking to your installer and updater. If a copy of your software is not licensed, it does not run, leading to less piracy and more renewals. New look and feel selections for your installer include Nimbus, Synth, and more with customizable themes and colors.
Release Notes: JExpress now creates installers for Ubuntu and Knoppix. The Linux and Solaris uninstallers and updaters were streamlined. Updates were made for Windows, Mac, and cross-platform installers.
Release Notes: Selection and organization of your application files is now much easier and clearer. Installation on Linux of the exact JVM you want was improved. A new tool to create JVM bundles on different OSes was added. Many more enhancements and some bug fixes were made.
Release Notes: The advanced interface was upgraded to use a menu instead of tabs. A support panel was added so users can send messages requesting help within JExpress. removeWindowsService() was added to CustomUninstaller in the JExpress API. Other minor bug fixes and enhancements were made.
Release Notes: This release adds GUI support for starting the installed program at the end of the installer, automatically starting during startup, running the program as an admin, disabling adding desktop shortcuts, selecting which menu starts the auto-updater, and configuring menus for all users. CreateLink() and ln() have been added to JExpress API.
Release Notes: JExpress now fully supports UAC in Windows 7 and Windows Vista. It interfaces with DeNova Convert so you can see how frequently your product is used.
Release Notes: JExpress now fully supports UAC in Windows 7 and Windows Vista. A bug when updating the updater was fixed.
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.