What is netsurf?

NetSurf

NetSurf is an open source web browser which has its own layout engine. It is designed to be lightweight and portable, supporting both mainstream systems (e.g. Mac OS X and Unix-like) and older or uncommon platforms (e.g. AmigaOS, Haiku and RISC OS). NetSurf has many typical web browser features, including tabbed browsing, bookmarks and page thumbnailing.

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NetSurf - Google Summer of Code
... NetSurf participated in Google Summer of Code in 2008 as a mentoring organisation, running four projects ... All NetSurf development builds since 11 August 2008 have used Hubbub to parse HTML and it is available for use in other projects under the MIT license ... NetSurf was again accepted as a mentoring organisation into Google Summer of Code 2009 ...
Comparison Of Web Browsers - General Information
... browser), MPL/GPL/LGPL (Gecko) Gecko ? NetSurf The NetSurf Developers Free GPL NetSurf built-in ? OmniWeb The Omni Group Free Proprietary (browser), LGPL (WebKit) WebKit (version 4.5 ...
Timeline Of Web Browsers - 1993–2013
... Firefox Safari Maxthon Lunascape NetSurf Jan 1.1 Feb Mar Apr 9.2 May 1.6 1.0* Jun 1.5 3.0 Jul 2.0 Aug 1.1 Sep Oct 9.0 Nov Dec 2008 Lynx Netscape Opera IE Camino SeaMonkey Firefox Safari Maxthon Lunascape NetSurf Iron ...
List Of Web Browsers For Unix And Unix-like Operating Systems - Graphical
... Discontinued Mozilla Firefox Gecko XUL FOSS (with proprietary components) NetSurf NetSurf GTK+, Framebuffer NetSurf is not tied to any particular UI toolkits ...