Developer builds modular browser-based JavaScript




A developer has released an alpha of an open-source browser whose interface is written entirely in JavaScript. The browser is a modular, users can remove parts, modify or add.

Breach , as the browser is called, consists of three layers: the top of the Chromium-content-api and Node.js is built entirely in the browser interface. That user interface consists of separate modules, and in fact this web apps that the Breach-api access it.

The aim of the developer was actually to make a browser that status, in terms of cookies, tabs and extensions, completely separate from the machine on which the software runs is something that the developer describes as’ tab synchronization on steroids. ” The developer then came the Exobrowser platform, which is the modularity of Breach based.

The makers of Breach encourage not only creating new modules, but also promote the adaptation of existing modules at will. The team behind the browser gives as an example the use of horizontal tabs or a modified version of autocomplete. The project is in the alpha stage and want to use the next time to add. Functionality and APIs makers The browser is currently only available for OS X and Linux.



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