SmartFrog

SmartFrog is a powerful and flexible Java-based software framework for configuring, deploying and managing distributed software systems. SmartFrog helps you to encapsulate and manage systems so they are easy to configure and reconfigure, and so that that they can be automatically installed, started and shut down. It provides orchestration capabilities ...

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Cappuccino

Cappuccino is an open source application framework for developing applications that look and feel like the desktop software users are familiar with. Cappuccino is built on top of standard web technologies like JavaScript, and it implements most of the familiar APIs from GNUstep and Apple’s Cocoa frameworks. When you program ...

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Konqueror

Konqueror is an Open Source web browser with HTML 4.01 compliance, supporting Java applets, JavaScript, CSS 1, CSS 2.1, as well as Netscape plugins (for example, Flash or RealVideo plugins).

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Safari

Safari is a web browser developed by Apple Inc. and included in Mac OS X.

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Trident

Trident (also known as MSHTML) is the name of the layout engine for the Microsoft Windows version of Internet Explorer.

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Presto

Presto is a layout engine for the Opera web browser developed by Opera Software.

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Gecko

Gecko is the name of the layout engine developed by the Mozilla Project. It was originally named NGLayout. Gecko’s function is to read web content, such as HTML, CSS, XUL, and JavaScript, and render it on user’s screen or print it. In XUL-based applications Gecko is used to render the ...

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KHTML

KHTML is the HTML layout engine developed by the KDE project. It is the engine used by the Konqueror web browser, and a forked version (WebKit) is used by Apple’s Safari web browser and Google’s Chrome browser. The following standards are supported by the KHTML engine: * HTML 4.01 * ...

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Webkit

WebKit is an open source web browser engine. WebKit is also the name of the Mac OS X system framework version of the engine that’s used by Safari, Dashboard, Mail, and many other OS X applications. WebKit’s HTML and JavaScript code began as a branch of the KHTML and KJS ...

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