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[Web] Amiga Arena Interview with Stefan B. (IBrowse)ANN.lu
Posted on 03-Mar-2003 08:47 GMT by Amiga Arena10 comments
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Amiga Arena Interview with Stefan Burstroem (IBrowse) After a long time,the update for the popular Browser, IBrowse was in the end of januar available. In the Interview with Stefan Burstroem, we talk about the past and the future of IBrowse. http://www.online-club.de/~ARENA/
Amiga Arena Interview with Stefan B. (IBrowse) : Comment 1 of 10ANN.lu
Posted by Don Cox on 03-Mar-2003 08:10 GMT
IBrowse 2.3 is working very well here, on an A4000 with CGFX. The Javascript support seems to be complete, and the program is very stable.

It is IMO a nicer browser to use than Internet Explorer, even if IE supports some more advanced features.

It's amazing how much a small team of Amiga programmers can accomplish, compared with hundreds at Microsoft.
Amiga Arena Interview with Stefan B. (IBrowse) : Comment 2 of 10ANN.lu
Posted by derf on 03-Mar-2003 08:56 GMT
"*What do you wish for the future of AmigaOS resp. the Amiga sector/market?*

That developers and users will stop bashing each other
at ann.lu all the time perhaps?"

heh, how true.
Amiga Arena Interview with Stefan B. (IBrowse) : Comment 3 of 10ANN.lu
Posted by Peter Gordon on 03-Mar-2003 11:18 GMT
In reply to Comment 1 (Don Cox):
"far nicer than ie..."

My sentiments exactly. I've used IE, Nutscrape, Mozilla, and Opera, and IBrowse is by far my favourite browsing environment. My ideal browser would be IBrowse, but with up to date standards compatability. Oh well, I can dream :)

Well done, IBrowse team!
Amiga Arena Interview with Stefan B. (IBrowse) : Comment 4 of 10ANN.lu
Posted by Don Cox on 03-Mar-2003 16:28 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Peter Gordon):
"My ideal browser would be IBrowse, but with up to date standards compatability. Oh well, I can dream :)"

Well, coding for CSS support is under way, and the specs of version 3 were given in the interview. The only question is how long it will take, when the financial situation means the work has to be done in people's spare time.

As with everything else, what we need is a _lot_ more Amiga users.
Amiga Arena Interview with Stefan B. (IBrowse) : Comment 5 of 10ANN.lu
Posted by Josť on 03-Mar-2003 18:13 GMT
In reply to Comment 3 (Peter Gordon):
I kinda like Netscape, it's bloatware, and stuff, but it's not bad considering the average PC processing power. The last version(7.02) is stable and has cool features, it even prevents pop up ads if you want, and has integrated dowload manager.
Amiga Arena Interview with Stefan B. (IBrowse) : Comment 6 of 10ANN.lu
Posted by Troels E on 03-Mar-2003 22:00 GMT
Go Stefan!

Go IBrowse!
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Amiga Arena Interview with Stefan B. (IBrowse) : Comment 7 of 10ANN.lu
Posted by Radfoo on 03-Mar-2003 22:14 GMT
Nice interview.

I'll have to try it out.
Amiga Arena Interview with Stefan B. (IBrowse) : Comment 8 of 10ANN.lu
Posted by alan buxey on 04-Mar-2003 11:46 GMT
In reply to Comment 5 (Josť):
..with Mozilla (the code that Netscape is now based on..eg netscape 7.x is
just mozilla 1.0.1 - and mozilla is now on 1.3!) and Phoenix (mozilla code but with much faster GUI and without the bloat - email, news, etc) both being available...WHY touch netscape?

phoenix would have quite a better chance of quicker port to AmigaOS
since it doesnt use the old mozilla/netscape GUI junk

alan
PS IBrowse 2.3 works brilliantly on my system O:-)
Amiga Arena Interview with Stefan B. (IBrowse) : Comment 9 of 10ANN.lu
Posted by Cyka on 04-Mar-2003 13:14 GMT
In reply to Comment 8 (alan buxey):
I use Ib 2.3 demo and have forgotten how bad ie was to use.
Amiga Arena Interview with Stefan B. (IBrowse) : Comment 10 of 10ANN.lu
Posted by MIKE on 05-Mar-2003 17:09 GMT
In reply to Comment 2 (derf):
I thought it was patriotic to disagree, at least that's what the cowards/commies keep saying on TV.
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