10/29/2012, 11:03 AM
found this, dated on home page march 2012, with webOS being released in September I expect it to have browser update to match, at least a update to home page. Looks like yorxs is correct not much news.
latest browser code = check if facebook app is installed, 7 months ago, lol
other code dated 1 month ago in other library's is correct spelling mistakes or makefiles syntax.
not a lot happening.
here is the about info, Netscape Plugins? I thought Netscape obsolete, and was a code mess, so Firefox was created to replace it.
I don't mean to disrespect any dev working on this, I hope it develops into a modern browser like chrome.
Isis Browser uses a client-server model that separates the rendering process from the user interface. This architectural approach delivers smooth scrolling and a responsive user experience. Isis Browser uses the highly portable Qt framework with the goal of delivering a cross-platform browser in the future.
Currently, Isis Browser can be compiled and deployed to the webOS platform. The high-level development goals are:
Implement essential features
Improve performance and stability
Adhere to web standards
Deliver new user experience innovations
The Isis Browser is released under the Apache 2.0 license. The components WebKit, Qt, and NPAPI headers are released under their existing licenses. Please see the source for details.