WebTools.com: MozillaQuest: Building Your Own Browser Part IMay 18, 2000, 23:17 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Mike Angelo)
"But first, to understand why Mozilla's genie is out of the bottle, we need to take a very careful look at Mozilla and what makes the little -- yet powerful - monster tick."
"What we find when we do that is that we can use Mozilla not only to build our own browsers but other Internet clients such as e-Mail, News-Reader, FTP, Telnet, IRC, and so forth. Custom Mozilla-based client and/or application building is not limited to merely Internet clients, however. One can build all sorts of applications such as word processors, spreadsheets, image editing, and other such applications on top of Mozilla."
"When it's ready for prime-time, the software and OS wars raging over the PC landscape could be swallowed up and laid asunder by the new order of Mozilla-scape!"
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