MOZILLA FEATURES

Posted by Balaji Srinivasan , Tuesday, December 29, 2009 10:12 PM



mozilla 1.1:

* THE FIRST VERSION OF MOZILLA WAS RELEASED IN THE  YEAR--2005(JUNE-23)

  • The first version of mozilla became 1.5 from 1.1
 On the first release of mozilla fire fox it does not supports MAC OS ..later by upgraded version it performs in MAC too..




"Deer Park",the codename of the Firefox 1.1 and 1.5 Alphas, did not include Firefox branding
 snap1:
  Updated options window  in Firefox 1.5

mozilla 2:
  
  • On March 22, 2006, the first alpha version of Firefox 2 was released.
  • For the first time featured Gecko 1.8.1 is released
  • On October 24, 2006 
  • Firefox 2 was released  which contains many new features which not found in Firefox 1.5, including improved support for SVG and JavaScript.
  • Final version  firefox 2  supported in Windows NT 4.0,windows 98 
 MOZILLA 3: 
 

 The Mozilla Foundation released Firefox 3 on June 17, 2008. The first Firefox 3 beta

Mozilla 3 have featured to work in UBUNTU(linux) 

MOZILLA4: 

 Firefox 3.7 (Gecko 1.9.3) Alpha 1 was released on February 10,2010

Alpha 2 was released on March 1, 2010

Alpha 3 was released on March 17

Alpha 4 was released on April 12

Alpha 5 was released on June 16.

The version number was changed to 4.0 (and Gecko's was changed to 2.0) starting with Beta 1, released on July 6, 2010. 

Beta 2 was released on July 27.

Beta 3 was released on August 11. As of August 2010

Beta 4 is being developed on the trunk.

Firefox 4 is tentatively scheduled for November 2010.


Door hanger notifications will be added .......

HISTORY-MOZILLA FIRE FOX

Posted by Balaji Srinivasan , Saturday, December 5, 2009 9:54 PM

HISTORY OF MOZILLA:



    The older name of mozilla-PHOENIX
name was retained until April 14, 2003 

The name has been changed due to trademark issues with the BIOS manufacturer, Phoenix Technologies.....

The new name, Firebird, was met with mixed reactions, particularly as the Firebird database server already carried the name. ...
the only way to change the name.........

later the name as changed as fire birb browser 

 The new name,has been introduced i.e.. Firebird, it met with mixed reactions, 
particularly as the Firebird database server already carried the name.

there was an continuous pressure from the firebird community to change the name... 

 at the end the name has been changed from firebird to mozilla firefox

February 9, 2004 the project was renamed Mozilla Firefox  

 

NETSCAPE-NAVIGATOR

Posted by Balaji Srinivasan , Thursday, December 3, 2009 4:40 PM

Netscape webbrowser has the life cycle of 12years slowly -         disappeared in the year 2002 since from 1990

                Netscape Navigator was based on the mosaic web browser, which was co-written by marc andreessen

                Netscape announced in its first press releaseon 1994,
 it would make Navigator available without charge to all
 non-commercial users.

               Beta versions of version 1.0 and 1.1 were indeed freely downloadable in November 1994 .

         with the full version 1.0 available in December 1994. Netscape's initial corporate policy regarding Navigator is interesting, as it claimed that it would make Navigator freely available for non-commercial use in accordance with the notion that Internet software should be distributed for free.

                 An important innovation that Netscape introduced in 1994 was the on-the-fly display of web pages.
 where text and graphics appeared on the screen as the web page downloaded.
                  
                 Earlier web browsers would not display a page until all graphics on it had been loaded over the network connection; this often made a user stare at a blank page for as long as several minutes.......

IMPORTANTS:
* Netscape Navigator remained the market leader with more than 50% usage share.
The browser software was available for a wide range of operating systems, including Windows (3.1, 95, 98, NT), Macintosh, Linux, OS/2.



      THE GRAPHICAL REPERSENTATION SHOWS LIFE PERIOD OF NETSCAPS....


RESEASE DATE S OF NETSCAPE NAVIGATOR:

Mosaic Netscape 0.9 – October 13, 1994
Netscape  1.0 – December 15, 1994

Netscape  1.1 – March 1995
Netscape  1.22 – August 1995
Netscape  2.0 – March 1996
Netscape  3.0 – August 19, 1996
Netscape  3.04 – October 4, 1997

Netscape  4.0 – June 1997
Netscape  4.06 – August 17, 1998
Netscape  4.08 – November 9, 1998


Netscape release final product in his final update in 1998 for the 16-bit windows and macintoshes

LINE MODE BROWSER

Posted by Balaji Srinivasan , Tuesday, December 1, 2009 6:53 PM

          A Line Mode Browser is the second web browser and is
operated from a single command line.


                
                            The name "Line Mode Browser" is derived  from that fact that the program  displayed text one line at a time



SNAP 1:




The development started in November 1990


The Line Mode Browser was released to a limited audience in the year 1991.
 High-Energy Physics-community.mostly used   the first general available version it was integrated into the CERN Program Library (CERNLIB)

 The first beta of the browser was released at 8 April 1991.


 The distribution of the line mode browser was done by
 telnetting info.cern.ch

The first stable version 1.1 was released in the month of
 January 1992

THE GREAT THING:
The web email browser  Agora world wide  was based on the line mode browser.......


FEATURES:

The Line Mode Browser was designed to be able to be platform independent. The browser supports many protocols like FTP, Gopher, HTTP, NNTP,
 Other features contains like following relogin and telnet hyperlinks, 
 Cyrillic support (added at 25 November 1994 in version 2.15)

THE LINE MODE BROWSER CAN BE SET UP OF PROXY CLIENT

CELLO-BROWSER

Posted by Balaji Srinivasan , Saturday, November 28, 2009 5:12 PM

CELLO IS THE FIRST BROWSER FOR THE WINDOWS 3.1



CELLO
cello became popular in the year since 1993 but it  fell out of favor follwing relese of the browsers world wide web and Netscape

The development for Cello started 1992 with beta versions, and a release for July 1993.
 It was publicly announced in April 12, 1993.

logo of cello browser
Cello didn't utilize any of Mosaic's source code and thus had a different look and feel.

In the year of 1994, Steven Sinofsky, president of the Windows wrote an email to  the  cello:
"We do not currently plan on any other client software [in the upcoming release of Windows 95, especially something like Mosaic or Cello."
At the begining Cello was being downloaded at a rate of 500 copies per day
  
When released in 1993,
Cello was the only browser for the Microsoft Windows platform.
Shortly after launch,

By the year of   1999, Cello was considered to be a "historical" browser.  for the windows operating system

Cello had the following features:
  • Bookmarks
  • local browsing
  • Simpler interface (compared to Mosaic).
  • PostScript viewing and sound playing
  • File saving and printing
  • Editing support for local files via an external editor. Integration with the HTMLAssistant Windows-based HTML helper/editor.
  • File caching ad infinitum using a file-based cache with user-specified "low water mark".
  • Support for the full HTML and LATIN character set, including specialized legal symbols, foreign characters, etc.
  • User-selectable sound players, viewers, editorComprehensive online documentation in Windows Help format.
  • Simple user interface.                                                        
  • Fully extensible support for viewing downloaded files in an unlimited number of PC-binary file formats using the standard Windows Associate... scheme.

MOSAIC BROWSER

Posted by Balaji Srinivasan , Tuesday, November 17, 2009 11:37 AM


Mosaic was the web browser which led to the Internet boom of the 1990s 



Development of Mosaic began in December 1992.
 Versions 0.1–0.9 were the first developed and released.
 Version 1.0 was released on April 22, 1993, followed by two maintenance releases during summer 1993.  Version 2.0 of NCSA Mosaic was released in December 1993, along with version 1.0 releases for both the Microsoft Windows.
An Acorn Archimedes port was underway in May 1994.[citation needed]


Microsoft bought the webbrowser from spyclass for 2million  $

Microsoft modified the spy glass and and renamed it as internet explorer of first vertion released in the market

There is an dispute arrise between microsoft and spyglass ,microsoft pays 8  millon u.s $..


                          TILL IE 6 THE PROGRAM  IS BASED ON"MOSAIC CODE"

*  In case for  Internet Explorer 7 were audited by Microsoft to ensure that it contained no Mosaic code, and there is no credits for spy glass and mosaic

                               There is hot thing present in  Mosaic was the first browser written and supported by a team of full-time programmers, which was reliable and easy enough for novices to install, and the inline graphics proved immensely appealing. Mosaic made the Web accessible to the ordinary person for the first time.


                   Ultimately, web browsers such as Mosaic became the killer applications of the 1990s because they were the first programs to provide a multimedia graphical user interface to the Internet's burgeoning wealth of distributed information services........


Mosaic's popularity of the mosaic loss when the release of Andreessen's Net scape navigator in the year-1994

there is another intresting thing -mosaic is written in c-language

WEBSITE:-http://www.ncsa.illinois.edu/Projects

THE FIRST WEB BROWSER

Posted by Balaji Srinivasan , Tuesday, November 10, 2009 10:18 AM

           The first webbrowser is WorldWideWeb 
 is developed in the year of 1990'S

the author of world wide web is the great Mr.Berners-Lee
The first vertion was released in the year 1990-december-25

           The world wide web is developed in just of  2 months and the coding written  in  c- program

            Later groff joind with berner and created and adapted many components in world wide web

* operating system suported--> neXTSTEP
        
           MOSAIC is web browser exceeds the popularity of world wide web browser browser which relesed in the year 1993, till that world wide web with holds the popularity  ..........

            In the month of APRIL -30 in the year 1993 CERN organisation  released the source code in net for the world wide web

snap 1: 


www browser has an previous button and next button it will automatically navigate the pages of front and back pages visited..........


On those days we dont have bookmarks for the website instead of bookmarks there is an link saver for the later retreavel purpose......

It can used in different protocals...FTP,HTTP,NTP


snap 2:
The www web browsers can be downloaded from the following link

DETAILS ABOUT--- TIM BERNERS LEE----

Posted by Balaji Srinivasan , Monday, November 2, 2009 10:03 PM

TIM'S MAIL ID:


timbl @ w3.org
webmaster@csail.mit.edu

TIM'S ADDRESS:

32 Vassar Street
MIT Room 32-G524
Cambridge MA 02139
USA

HIS CONTACT NUMBER:
+1 (617) 253 5702

HIS FAX NUMBER:
+1 (617) 258 5999

FIRST WEB BROWSER CREATED BY berners-lee

Posted by Balaji Srinivasan , Saturday, October 31, 2009 9:57 AM

The first webbrowser was developed by Tim Berners-Lee
He is  graduated in Oxford University,
He invented the World Wide Web i.e...(WWW), an internet-based hypermedia.
 He wrote the first web client and server in the year 1990.



Web technology spreads by his specification of URIs, HTTP and HTML




THE AWARD FOR HIS INVENTIONS

In 2001 he became a Fellow of the Royal Society.
In 2004 he was knighted by H.M. Queen Elizabeth and
in 2007 he was awarded the Order of Merit.
In 2009 he was elected a foreign associate of the National Academy of Sciences.
He is the author of "Weaving the Web".


To view his biography   please click here 

ABOUT MY BLOG

Posted by Balaji Srinivasan , Monday, October 5, 2009 3:35 PM

    My blog is about browsers and their updates
iam specially intersted in creating the browsers .....
my aim to create a browser which must be user friendly,accessed by every one ,more speed and featers....

ABOUT MY SCHOOL

Posted by Balaji Srinivasan , Monday, September 28, 2009 10:31 AM

I like my school very much i enjoyed my  schooling  in each and every moment....
there is a special thing too i am a HOSTELER in vvvbhss, i enjoyed a lot in my hostel life
there will be a  study time.. between 6-8 and 9-10:30
The study time between 9-10:30 will a funny moment for us because...we wiill chat in night study without studing,
there will a funny moment in each and every door step in my hostel.....

we fight with our mangement for an complaints we given to them...
they care a lot for us ........

THERE ARE SOME PHOTOS .....

 

THIS IS BOYS HGHER SEC SCHOOL....




THIS IS AN PRAYER HALL WHERE EACH AND EVERY ONE SHOULD SAY A PHRASE
EVERY DAY  TO MINIMIZE THE STAGE FEAR......FOR THE STUDENTS






ABOUT MY SCHOOLING IN TIRUPUR

Posted by Balaji Srinivasan , Sunday, September 27, 2009 9:17 PM

i finished scholing n tirupur since my navite is in tirupur
I  finished my SSLC in ST' JOSEPHS MAT HR SEC SCHOOL - which is in tirupur-(kangayam road )
It is very famous school in tirupur because of its mark scorage in SSLC results,
its is in an co-ed school till 10 th standard

The strict disciplined is maintained in the school
since it is an christian school
i have a very cute and smart friends in that school -i miss them a lot
   
we have canteen in the which is the very busiest one which ever seen ....in any of the places
we have to rush to buy a stationery items in the canteen .....
there will a thrilling experience even too buy a single piece of pencil in case of urjuncy.....

link for a search

Posted by Balaji Srinivasan , Friday, September 18, 2009 2:55 PM

http://www.vbforums.com/showthread.php?t=384076
this link  is used to verify the  codibng details in net

ABOUT MYSELF...

Posted by Balaji Srinivasan , 10:19 AM

    I am balaji,
hai to the world is:- 17//05(may)//1991
 completed my  schooling in ST'JOSEPHS MATRIC HIGHER  SEC SCHOOL-TIRUPUR
and i completed my high schooling in
VIDHYAA VIKKAS BOYS HIGHER SEC SCHOOL-TIRUCHENGODE  
(TIRUCHENGODE-is in NAMAKAL DISTRICT)
vidhyaa vikas is very famous school in namakkal dis, It will secore 100% pass percent in   10th   and  +2 public examination ......

It scores state ranking ......

my blog

Posted by Balaji Srinivasan , 2:36 AM

my blog is based upon internnet  browsers  
my aim to create a internet  browser  to  be first  in  the world
 contents in my blog:
quick download
daily puppy
google search
reel news
funny things toponder
search engine
slide show...
posts about browsers development and innovation 

deepnetexplorer

Posted by Balaji Srinivasan , Friday, September 4, 2009 1:15 AM

 Features Set:

Deepnet Explorer aims to please with most of the features found in better browsers. This browser includes saved tabs, a limited zoom function, and some add-ons to customize. But Deepnet Explorer falls a bit short when it comes to some additional features like spell checking, a password manager, or automatic updates.
The only stand-out feature is the at-a-glance security found on each tab.


security


Deepnet Explorer does block pop-ups and has anti-phishing. It doesn't however, block spyware or viruses.
You can delete your Internet browsing history and saved passwords just like in Internet Explorer.
Speed & Compatibility:  

We had no problems viewing the web quickly and easily using Deepnet Explorer.
 

 comment for the  deepnet broweser