BYOB: Build Your Own Browser
"There are a lot of things to like about Apple's Safari web browser -- the stylish user interface (especially the tabs!), SnapBack feature , popup blocker, Google toolbar, and of course, Safari's speed. For developers though, one of the coolest features is hidden under the hood: WebKit -- the Cocoa/Carbon framework that's the basis for Safari. Why is WebKit worth paying attention to? Well, it's a fully documented, fully functional set of web browsing components that developers can integrate into their Cocoa/Carbon applications. WebKit gives developers the ability to make their applications much more powerful with very little added effort."
(Submitted by Noel Sun May 30, 2004 )
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