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Rendering HTML in a Java Application

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I would like my Java app to read an HTML file and render it.  Duh, it's like adding a browser into my Java app.  

I know of CoolClue SDK which lets you do that.  
Do you know of any other software that will do HTML rendering?

Thx
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Have a look at the page, http://www.beanshell.org/examples/browser.html

It has a browser example written in swing.
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Here is another example, some what complete.

http://csgrad.cs.vt.edu/~palash/Browser/
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Or the JEditorPane/JTextPane classes from javax.swing package
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