Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Applications using WebKit

Nov 2, 2006 8:34:58 PM (17 years ago)



  • Applications using WebKit

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     1== Browsers  ==
     3All the browsers in this list use WebKit at the core of the application, unless otherwise stated.
     5===  Atlantis - Ali Akcaagac   ===[[BR]]
     6 * Freeware[[BR]]
     7 * Available for all POSIX (Linux/BSD/UNIX-like OSes), Red Hat/Fedora Linux[[BR]]
     8 * Based on Gtk+ WebCore
     10[ Atlantis]  is a lightweight Web browser based on GTK-WebCore.  It fully integrates into the GNOME desktop.
     12===  BumperCar - Freeverse  ===[[BR]]
     13 * Commercial[[BR]]
     14 * Mac (PPC)
     16[ BumperCar] is a browser designed for kids.  It has a number of child friendly features including profanity filtering, whitelists, blacklists, IRCA support and time limits.  BumperCar earned a prestigious Best of Show award at MacWorld San Francisco.
     18===  KidsBrowser - app4mac Software  ===[[BR]]
     19 * Commercial[[BR]]
     20 * Mac (PPC)
     22[ KidsBrowser] allows children to surf the Web without the risks of being exposed to harmful or pornographic websites.  It includes content filtering, and runs in full screen mode.
     24===  OmniWeb - The Omni Group  ===[[BR]]
     25 * Commercial[[BR]]
     26 * Mac (PPC)[[BR]]
     27 * Based on WebCore and JavaScriptCore
     29[ OmniWeb] is a powerful browser, with a number of advanced features.  Its features include graphical tabs in a drawer, ad blocking, workspaces, auto-saved browsing sessions, site preferences, RSS news feeds, a HTML source editor and zoomable text areas. OmniWeb was awarded 4 mice in Macworld and an Eddy award in 2004. 
     31OmniWeb currently uses a custom version of WebCore, but there has been talk from Scott Maier, product manager of OmniWeb, of the possibility of moving to WebKit.
     33===  osb-browser - Nokia  ===[[BR]]
     34 * Open Source[[BR]]
     35 * Available for all POSIX (Linux/BSD/UNIX-like OSes), Linux[[BR]]
     36 * Based on Gtk+ WebCore
     38[ osb-browser] is an example browser implementation which uses Gtk+ WebCore. It is written in C and uses Gtk+ GUI-library.  There is interest in merging the changes made in the creation of Gtk+ WebCore into the WebKit source tree.
     40===  Safari - Apple  ===[[BR]]
     41 * Commercial (Included with Panther and Tiger)[[BR]]
     42 * Mac (Universal Binary)
     44[ Safari]  is Apple's own browser.  It includes tabbed browsing, pop up blocking, parental control features, RSS news feeds, web archives, SnapBack and private browsing.  Safari was designed to be the fastest browser on OS X.
     46===  Shiira -  HMDT Siira Project  ===[[BR]]
     47 * Open Source[[BR]]
     48 * Mac (PPC)
     50[ Shiira]  is an open source browser developed in Japan.  It has a number of unique features.  Tab Exposé looks and works similar to Exposé, but works for tabs instead of windows.  Core Image is used for page transition effects, such as a page curl when loading a new page.  "Open All Links in Tabs" allows the user to select text, and all the links included in the selection will open in new tabs.
     52===  SunriseBrowser  - Jike Atsushi  ===[[BR]]
     53 * Open Source[[BR]]
     54 * Mac (PPC)
     56[ SunriseBrowser] is a light and fast browser with features aimed towards web developers.  Auto Resizable Window resizes the window to a number of pre-set sizes with one click.  The source window is translucent so that the page can be seen behind the source code.  The source can be edited from the view source window, and the changes will update in the browser.
     58===  TrailBlazer - MacWarriors  ===[[BR]]
     59 * Open Source[[BR]]
     60 * Mac (PPC)
     62[ TrailBlazer] solves the problem of getting back to a web page you've been to before, but didn't have the forethought to bookmark. The current solutions provided by most web browsers, their history menu, is just a list of titles and web addresses which aren't memorable enough to be useful.
     64The actual solution used by most people, is to retrace their own steps through different links until they find they page they are looking for. Trailblazer provides the user with a graphical representation of the steps they took from page to page, such that they can simply click to their final destination page.  Trailblazer makes use of Apache Foundation's Lucene to provide the search functionality.
     66==  E-Mail Clients  ==
     68===  Mail - Apple  ===[[BR]]
     69 * Commercial (Included with OS X)[[BR]]
     70 * Mac (Universal Binary)
     72[ Mail] is an E-Mail client which started life in NeXTSTEP.  Mail includes smart mailboxes, spam filtering, parental controls, .Mac integration and spotlight search.  Recent versions of Mail use WebKit to render HTML messages.  From Tiger onwards, WebKit is used to compose HTML E-Mails. 
     74==  Instant Messenger/Chat Clients  ==
     76All Instant Messenger and Chat clients in this section use WebKit to render and style messages, unless otherwise stated.  This allows messages to be styled using a stylesheet language such as CSS.  This enables customised message layout to be developed easily using web technology, without touching a line of code in the application.
     78===  AdiumX - Evan Schoenberg, Adam Iser  ===[[BR]]
     79 * Open Source (GNU GPL)[[BR]]
     80 * Mac (PPC)
     82[ AdiumX] is a free instant messaging application for Mac OS X.  It supports a number of protocols including AIM, ICQ,  Jabber, MSN, Yahoo!, Bonjour, Gadu-Gadu, Novell Groupwise and Lotus Sametime.  Its notable features include OTR encryption, tabbed messaging and file transfer.
     84===   Colloquy  - Colloquy Project  ===[[BR]]
     85 * Open Source (GNU GPL)[[BR]]
     86 * Mac (Universal Binary)
     88[ Colloquy] is an advanced IRC & SILC client which adheres to Mac OS X interface conventions.  Its features include file transfers, a buddy list, the ability to chat on multiple servers, AppleScript scripting support and an extensible plug-in architecture.
     90===  Fire - Epicware  ===[[BR]]
     91 * Open Source (GNU GPL)[[BR]]
     92 * Mac (PPC)
     94[ Fire] is a multi-protocol internet Instant Messaging client based on freely available libraries for each service.  It supports AIM, Bonjour, ICQ, Yahoo!, IRC, MSN and Jabber.  Fire has an extensible plug-in architecture.
     96===  iChat AV - Apple  ===[[BR]]
     97 * Commercial (Included with OS X)[[BR]]
     98 * Mac (Universal Binary)
     100[ iChat AV] is a Instant Messaging client which supports AIM, ICQ, Bonjour and Jabber.  It supports file transfer, direct connection (in AIM), parental controls, iTunes integration, and ten person AAC audio and four person AVC video conferencing.  Unlike the other clients in this section, iChat does not use WebKit for rendering messages, but for some elements of the interface. 
     102===  Proteus - Defaultware  ===[[BR]]
     103 * Shareware[[BR]]
     104 * Mac (PPC)
     106[ Proteus] is a multi protocol Innstant Messaging client.  It offers support for AIM, MSN, Yahoo!, ICQ, Jabber, Bonjour, Gadu Gadu, and Novell Sametime.  Its features include file transfer, draw based tabbed messaging,  AddressBook integration, plug-in support and LaTeX equations. 
     108==  RSS Readers  ==
     110All the RSS Readers in this section use WebKit to display the news summaries, and the full articles that the RSS feeds link to. 
     112===  MiNews - JS8 Media Inc.  ===[[BR]]
     113 * Freeware[[BR]]
     114 * Mac (PPC)
     116[ MiNews] subscribes to RSS Feeds so that it does all the work collecting the news for you.  MiNews supports RSS 0.9, RSS 1 and RSS 2. Atom is planned to be supported shortly.  It supports OPML files, to allow a collection of existing feeds to be imported.  A bookmark feature allows individual items to be bookmarked, in much the same way as pages are bookmarked in a browser. 
     118===  NetNewsWire - Ranchero Software  ===[[BR]]
     119 * Commercial (NetNewsWire Lite available as freeware)[[BR]]
     120 * Mac (PPC)
     122[ NetNewsWire] is an easy-to-use RSS and Atom newsreader for Mac OS X. It uses a familiar three-paned interface—similar to Apple Mail.  Features include feed subscription, tabbed browsing of feeds, smart lists, synchronisation support, Bloglines syncing, scripting and Automator support, scripted feeds and HTML differences.   It supports RSS with enclosures (Podcasts) and has beta support for Atom feeds.  NetNewsWire has won many awards including a MacWorld eddy, and a Mac OS X Innovators Award from O'Reilly.
     124===  NewsFire - David Watanabe  ===[[BR]]
     125 * Shareware[[BR]]
     126 * Mac (PPC)
     128[ NewsFire] is an elegant way to monitor news feeds and be notified of updated content.  NewsFire has a minimal interface to aid ease of use.  NewsFire supports RSS with enclosures, atom and OPML files.
     130===  PixelNews -  PixelatedSoftware  ===[[BR]]
     131 * Shareware[[BR]]
     132 * Mac (PPC)
     134[ PixelNews] allows the organisation of feeds in Channels that are quickly accessible in the sidebar. Clicking on a Channel will reveal all the feeds in that Channel making it easy to view all PhotoBlogs in one Channel, World News in another, Movie review feeds in another.  A "Breaking News" channel is provided, which contains all the posts that are unread.  Search and smart channels are incorporated to help find specific content.  PixelNews supports RSS with enclosures and Atom feeds.
     136===  PulpFiction - Freshly Squeezed Software  ===[[BR]]
     137 * Commercial (PulpFiction Lite available as freeware)[[BR]]
     138 * Mac (PPC)
     140[ PulpFiction] is a next-generation, easy-to-use, powerful RSS/Atom feed reader. Featuring a familiar Mail-like interface.  It supports filters to move, mark, and process articles. Flags, sounds, and dock icons alert you to new or important posts. AppleScript support allows PulpFiction to be extended to work with other applications.  Also included are smart folders, local feed support, authenticated feeds and NetNewsWire Stylesheet support.  PulpFiction supports RSS with enclosures and Atom feeds.
     142===  Shrook - Graham Parks  ===[[BR]]
     143 * Commercial[[BR]]
     144 * Mac (PPC)
     146[ Shrook] is a easy to use news reader with advanced features.    Features include synchronisation with an online Shrook account, distributed checking, podcast synchronisation with iTunes, Growl support, smart groups, integration with external blog editors, a channel guide and access to encrypted feeds.  Shrook supports all versions of RSS and Atom feeds.
     148Shrook was one of the first (if not the first) third party application to use WebKit.
     150==  Web Development Applications  ==
     152===  CSSEdit - MacRabbit  ===[[BR]]
     153 * Shareware[[BR]]
     154 * Mac (PPC)
     156[ CSSEdit]
     159===  Contribute 3 - Macromedia  ===[[BR]]
     160 * Commercial[[BR]]
     161 * Mac (PPC)
     163[ Macromedia Contribute 3]  redefines web publishing, making it an activity open to everybody, every day. Contribute 3 lets everyone in an organization publish to websites and bring them alive with up-to-date information. On the Mac, Contribute 3 users WebKit to render HTML.
     166===  RapidWeaver - Realmac Software  ===[[BR]]
     167 * Commercial[[BR]]
     168 * Mac (PPC)
     170[ RapidWeaver] RapidWeaver is a next-generation web design application to help you create professional looking web sites in minutes. No knowledge of complex code is required, RapidWeaver will take care of all that for you. RapidWeaver makes it easy for everyone to publish Photos, Movies and Blogs online instantly. If you're thinking about starting a blog or website, RapidWeaver is the perfect choice. Not only does it allow you to work in a familiar iApp style environment it also integrates seamlessly with iLife, .Mac and Mac OS X.
     173===  Sandvox - Karelia Software  ===[[BR]]
     174 * Commercial[[BR]]
     175 * Mac (PPC)
     177[ Sandvox]  is a playful, powerful new website development tool for everyone, from the developer of Watson.  Sandvox provides page layouts designed by professional designers, real time site preview (via WebKit), rich text editing, drag and drop assembly,  automatic RSS generation, custom page coding, and a  highly extensible plug-in architecture.  Sandvox makes use of many Tiger features such as Core Image, Spotlight, and Quartz Composer.
     180===  Xyle scope - Cultured Code  ===[[BR]]
     181 * Shareware[[BR]]
     182 * Mac (PPC)
     184[ Xyle scope] is an innovative CSS tool for analysis, debugging and fine-tuning. It’s like surfing the web with an X-ray view. Using Xyle scope you will deepen your understanding of XHTML and CSS, find out how your peers did it, as well as debug and fine-tune your own work.
     187===  XML Nanny - Scandalous Software  ===[[BR]]
     188 * Freeware[[BR]]
     189 * Mac (PPC)
     191[ XML Nanny] Check XML and XHTML documents for Well-Formedness and Validity either locally or over the network. XML Nanny supports validation against both DTD and W3C XML Schema.
     194===  XML-RPC Client - Scandalous Software  ===[[BR]]
     195 * Freeware[[BR]]
     196 * Mac (PPC)
     198[ XML-RPC Client] Access and debug XML-RPC web services from the comfort of your desktop using a beautiful Aqua interface. XML-RPC Client allows you to specify arbitrarily complex parameters to any remote XML-RPC method and shows you the raw XML-RPC request and response from an service as well as a high-level object psuedo-code representation.
     201===  Safari Guide - Scandalous Software  ===[[BR]]
     202 * Freeware[[BR]]
     203 * Mac (PPC)
     205[ Safari Guide] Evaluate XPath and XQuery expressions against the current frontmost Safari webpage. Safari Guide can be helpful in debugging applications that use XPath and XQuery. Also, Safari Guide is a simple, elegant tool with which to learn more about the fascinating XPath and XQuery languages.
     207==  Weblog Editors  ==
     209All applications in this section use WebKit to preview the blog entry as they are written.
     211===  ecto - Adriaan Tijsseling, Alex Hung  ===[[BR]]
     212 * Shareware[[BR]]
     213 * Mac (PPC)
     215[ ecto] is a feature-rich desktop blogging client, supporting a wide range of weblog systems, such as Blogger, Blojsom, Drupal, MovableType, Nucleus, TypePad, WordPress, and more.  It works with NetNewsWire, PulpFiction, and Shrook RSS Readers. 
     217===  iBlog - Lifli Software  ===[[BR]]
     218 * Commercial[[BR]]
     219 * Mac (PPC)
     221[ iBlog] is an elegant desktop weblogging application that makes authoring and publishing your personal weblogs a breeze. Preview and publishing of weblogs to an iDisk is available with a single click of a button. iBlog can also generate a RSS/XML file for the blog being edited. iBlog has won a Mac OS X Innovators award from O'Reilly.
     223===  MarsEdit - Ranchero Software  ===[[BR]]
     224 * Commercial[[BR]]
     225 * Mac (PPC)
     227[ MarsEdit] is a weblog editor for Mac OS X that makes weblog writing like writing email—with spell-checking, drafts, multiple windows, and AppleScript support.  It works with various weblog systems including Blosxom, Conversant, Manila, Movable Type, Radio UserLand, TypePad, WordPress, and others.
     229==  Text Editors  ==
     231All applications in this section use WebKit to preview web pages produced in the text editor.
     233===  BBEdit - Bare Bones  ===[[BR]]
     234 * Commercial[[BR]]
     235 * Mac (PPC)
     237[ BBEdit] is a leading professional HTML and text editor for the Macintosh. Specifically crafted in response to the needs of Web authors and software developers, this award-winning product provides a plethora of features for editing, searching, and manipulation of text.
     239Features including grep pattern matching, search and replace across multiple files, function navigation and syntax coloring for numerous source code languages, FTP and SFTP open and save, AppleScript, Perl and Mac OS X Unix scripting support, glossary support, and a complete set of HTML tools.
     241===  CreaText - Marius Soutier  ===[[BR]]
     242 * Open Source (GNU GPL)[[BR]]
     243 * Mac (PPC)
     245[ CreaText] is an HTML text editor with some basic and advanced features.  CreaText features include tag colouring, easy access to Mac browsers, the change of special characters into HTML entities in realtime, an Insert menu with rapid access to all usual HTML commands, an HTML colour chooser, drag & drop, and the possibility to setup HTML parameters when creating a new document.
     247===  Smultron - Peter Borg  ===[[BR]]
     248 * Open Source (GNU GPL)[[BR]]
     249 * Mac (PPC)
     251[ Smultron] is an open-source text editor written in Cocoa for Mac OS X. It features easy selection of the opened documents, line numbers, support for syntax colouring for many different languages, support for text encodings, code snippets, a toolbar, HTML preview, multi-document find and replace with regular expressions, possibility to show invisible characters, authenticated saves, command-line utility and .Mac synchronisation of preferences.
     253===  SubEthaEdit - TheCodingMonkeys  ===[[BR]]
     254 * Freeware (Commercial if for commercial use)[[BR]]
     255 * Mac (PPC)[[BR]]
     257[ SubEthaEdit] is a powerful and lean collaborative text editor. It combines the ease of Bonjour with a powerful text collaboration engine, to enable multiple users to co-operate on one document.   SubEthaEdit has won many awards including an Apple Design Award for best student product, and an Mac OS X Innovators Award from O'Reilly.
     259===  Taco HTML Edit - Taco Software  ===[[BR]]
     260 * Freeware[[BR]]
     261 * Mac (PPC)
     263[ Taco HTML Edit] is a full-featured HTML and PHP editor. It has features including spell checking, live browser previewing, PHP previewing and syntax checking.
     265===  TextMate - MacroMates  ===[[BR]]
     266 * Shareware[[BR]]
     267 * Mac (PPC)
     269[ TextMate] attempts to bring Apple's approach to operating systems into the world of text editors. By bridging UNIX underpinnings and GUI, TextMate cherry-picks the best of both worlds to the benefit of expert scripters and novice users alike. TextMate includes features like tabs, foldings, and macros. 
     271==  Kiosk Software  ==
     273All applications in this section use WebKit at their core to display web pages and other content. 
     275===  Kioskbrowser - KioskBrowser  ===[[BR]]
     276 * Shareware[[BR]]
     277 * Mac (PPC)
     279[ KioskBrowser] is a fullscreen internet browser with kiosk mode, extensive security options, 5 different filter levels to limit the URL/page access, Café mode to limit the access time of internet café users and children, fast bookmark system, and log files.
     281===  webXkiosk - NC State University  ===[[BR]]
     282 * Open Source (custom licence)[[BR]]
     283 * Mac (Universal Binary)
     285[ webXkiosk] is a full screen, web kiosk application with security, web screen saver, video embed and some "universal access" features.  This application can be used to create public information and/or web kiosks. webXkiosk is meant to be deployed in a secured environment where it has replaced the Finder for a standard or managed user.  [[BR]]
     287===  wKiosk Browser - app4mac Software  ===[[BR]]
     288 * Commercial[[BR]]
     289 * Mac (PPC)
     291[ wKiosk Browser] allows websites to be displayed without a menu bar or any navigation toolbar.  Its features include disabling the finder, force quit, shortcuts, downloads, the automatic deletion of cookies and cache, pop-up and tabs configuration, usage logs, and remote management. 
     293==  Media Players  ==
     295===   InterActual Player - InterActual  ===[[BR]]
     296 * Freeware[[BR]]
     297 * Mac (PPC)
     299[  InterActual Player]  allows InterActual DVD-ROM content to be played on Mac OS X.  WebKit is used to display interactive web content found on InterActual compatible DVDs.
     301===   CocoaJT - Jean Matthieu  ===[[BR]]
     302 * Freeware[[BR]]
     303 * Mac (PPC)
     305[ CocoaJT] is a Cocoa application based that gives access to TV news services including the BBC, TF1, France2, Canal+, TSR, and Les Guignols de l'Info. It uses WebKit to display a way-back machine, which shows what has happened since 2002 with easy access to broadcast archives.
     307===  Real Player - RealNetworks  ===[[BR]]
     308 * Freeware[[BR]]
     309 * Mac (PPC)
     311[ Real Player] is a media player based on the Helix open source project.  It's features include near DVD-quality video, full-screen theater mode, graphic equalizer and plays QuickTime files.  WebKit is used to create a mini browser for displaying interactive content linked from movie clips.  The browser can be used as a regular web browser.
     313==  Help Viewers  ==
     315All applications in this section use WebKit to display the HTML based help files.
     317===  Chmox - Stéphane Boisson  ===[[BR]]
     318 * Open Source[[BR]]
     319 * Mac (PPC)
     321[ Chmox] is a viewer for Microsoft Help "CHM" (Compiled HTML) files and ebooks. 
     323===  Help Viewer - Apple  ===[[BR]]
     324 * Commercial (Included in Mac OS X)[[BR]]
     325 * Mac (Universal Binary)
     327Help Viewer is the standard application for showing help files on Mac OS X.  When connected to the Internet, Help Viewer automatically displays the latest information available.
     329===  Lifesaver - Icecold Software  ===[[BR]]
     330 * Freeware[[BR]]
     331 * Mac (PPC)
     333[ Lifesaver] is a help viewer that reads HelpML files that are hosted on the internet. HelpML (Help Markup Language) is a proposed standard for topic-based help documents.
     335==  Desktop Wallpaper Browsers  ==
     337All applications in this section use WebKit to render web pages as wallpaper on the desktop.
     339===  DesktopBrowser - Kiosk Software  ===[[BR]]
     340 * Shareware[[BR]]
     341 * Mac (PPC)
     343[ DesktopBrowser] is a fullscreen internet browser in the background of your screen.  It allows the browser to be continually updated or change at pre-defined intervals. 
     345===  iBrowser - ArtiszZ  ===[[BR]]
     346 * Freeware[[BR]]
     347 * Mac (PPC)
     349[ iBrowser] is an embedded desktop background "Kiosk Mode" web browser that displayed webpages in fullscreen and features a build in bookmark menu.
     351===  NagaraBrowser - Anne's Software  ===[[BR]]
     352 * Open Source[[BR]]
     353 * Mac (PPC)
     355[ NagaraBrowser]  displays web pages as transparent desktop wallpaper.  It allows the browser to be continually updated or change at pre-defined intervals, and supports Safari bookmarks and SSL connections.
     357===  WebDesktop - Steven Frank  ===[[BR]]
     358 * Freeware[[BR]]
     359 * Mac (PPC)
     361[ WebDesktop] layers a web browser over the desktop. Preferences are available to specify an automatic refresh interval so that the page is refreshed at the selected interval
     363==  Miscellaneous  ==
     365 * [ Acquisition] — Innovative Mac P2P.  Mac (PPC)[[BR]]
     366 * [ Aperture] — Pro Photography Post-Production.  Apple.  Mac (Universal Binary)[[BR]]
     367 * [ Dashboard] — Apple.  Mac (Universal Binary)[[BR]]
     368 * [ Dictionary] — Apple.  Mac (Universal Binary)[[BR]]
     369 * [ BibDesk] — BibTeX manager. Opensource. Mac (PPC)[[BR]]
     370 * [ DEVONagent] — DEVONtechnologies.  Mac (PPC)[[BR]]
     371 * [ Growl] — Systemâ€?wide notification manager. Growl Development Team.  Mac (PPC)[[BR]]
     372 * [ NoteTaker] — AquaMinds.  Mac (PPC)[[BR]]
     373 * [ Paparazzi!] - Full-Length Web Page Capture (PPC)[[BR]]
     374 * [ Sherlock] — Apple.  Mac (Universal Binary)[[BR]]
     375 * Software Update — Apple.  Mac (PPC)[[BR]]
     376 * [ WebStickies] — Anne's Software.  Mac (PPC)[[BR]]
     377 * [ Webstractor] — Softchaos Ltd.  Mac (PPC)[[BR]]
     378 * [ Xcode] — Integrated development environment.  Apple.  Mac (Universal Binary)[[BR]]
     379 * [ Wx] — U.S. meteorological software.  Hunter Associates.  Mac (PPC)