If RS releases WASTE inline graphics support, couldn't someone just make a
RB plugin that renders all the aspects of HTML?
> From: guima <guima at mail dot mdt dot net dot au>
> Reply-To: "REALbasic Developer Releases"<realbasic-dr at lists dot
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> Date: Saturday, September 18, 1999 6:35 PM
> To: "REALbasic Developer Releases" <realbasic-dr at lists dot realsoftware
> dot com>
> Subject: Re: Web Browser Information
> There were a few people working on web browsers from within RB. I was
> working on an app called EasyNet and Adrian was woking on an app called
> The furthest we got was just the basics. Adrian's browser was much
> faster, but mine supported frames. For now we have both pulled out of the
> game (at least I have..) until RS unleashes the potential of the WASTE
> engine and allows for inline graphics.
> We considered writing a rendering engine for the canvas object, however
> this would be a major project. If you decide to tackle it, I'm more than
> happy to lend support and sample code...
> Tom Benson
>> Hi Christopher,
>> I think nothing went on so far.
>> Currently I am unfortunately very short on time, so I can't start yet, but I
>> have some nice code fragments and ideas to contribute, if someone would
>> coordinate the project (like Fabian Lidman did with TBFinder - GREAT!!)
>> Andy Fuchs
>> -- silent movie media
>>> Von: Christopher Ross <bmr at netinc dot ca>
>>> An: "REALbasic Developer Releases" <realbasic-dr at lists dot realsoftware
>>> dot com>
>>> Betreff: Web Browser Information
>>> Datum: Don, 16. Sep 1999 0:40 Uhr
>>> There was a message posted here months ago about using RB to program a
>>> web browser. Does anybody know if there are any demos / source for this
>>> type of application and if so, where it would exist?
>>> Christopher Ross, Art Director
>>> Baker Miller & Ross Design Associates
>>> bmr at netinc dot ca
>>> Providing cutting edge multimedia, programming & web graphics.
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