Release Notes: Major structural changes in this version mean that the library is now broken up into a system of modules. This release also adds many new classes and features, including Android support.
Release Notes: Major new features include Android support, JSON parsing, DirectShow video, component positioning with dynamic expressions, UTF-8, UTF-16, and UTF-32 classes, and introjucer improvements. And a vast amount of internal clean-up and minor new features.
Release Notes: Many new classes and code clean-ups.
Release Notes: This release adds support for iPhone/iPad, WASAPI, Jack audio, CoreGraphics, powerful new data manipulation and code editor classes, a new Jucer application which can auto-generate multi-IDE project files, and a lot of code modernization and refactoring.
Release Notes: It's been a long time since the last release, but in the meantime a huge amount of development work has gone into the library. The main new features include all Mac native code ported from Carbon to Cocoa, a framework for building NPAPI/ActiveX browser plugins, Webcam support, and an amalgamated build process to compress the whole library into a single .cpp file.
Release Notes: Lots of new features and fixes were made, including audio graph classes, QuickTime movie readers, embedded web browsing, better audio plugin support, HTTP uploading, and much more.
Release Notes: The big new feature in this version is an audio plugin hosting framework and application. There are also many smaller features and a lot of bugfixes.
Release Notes: Many bugfixes in this release, and a few new features such as Apple Remote support, file treeviews, and screensaver disabling.
Release Notes: Lots of fixes and minor features were made. Changes to the audio plugin framework include the first release of RTAS plugin support.
Release Notes: Lots of minor features were added, such as audio sampler classes, new color handling for components, improvements to the Jucer, and helpers for writing stand-alone apps to run a juce audio plugin.