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Project Summary

Flying Saucer takes XML or XHTML and applies CSS 2.1-compliant stylesheets to it, in order to render to PDF (via iText), images, and on-screen using Swing or SWT. The library implements (basically) the entirety of CSS 2.1 and aims to be fully compliant with the W3C specification; it includes a small handful of CSS 3 features. It is written in pure Java with no native extensions.

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browser css desktop development dhtml gui html java library programming renderer swing ui web widget xhtml xml

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Java
55%
XML
27%
AMPL
15%
4 Other
3%

30 Day Summary

Sep 15 2018 — Oct 15 2018

12 Month Summary

Oct 15 2017 — Oct 15 2018
  • 45 Commits
    Down -74 (62%) from previous 12 months
  • 13 Contributors
    Down -2 (13%) from previous 12 months

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