JoZilla Flash JoZilla Version .001
is now available here!
The JoZilla Project's goal
is to develop an Open Source Code
Internet resource browser in 100% Pure Java. You will need at a minimum the
JDK 1.1.4 and JFC 1.0.
JoZilla Ver .001 Includes:
Active Object GUI Framework
100% Pure Java Open Source Code Included
JoZilla Ver .001 has many limitations, and is very buggy. Visualize the
first mammal clutching to the rock after it crawled out of the ocean. Brave,
yes, but white, pale, sickly and gasping for air. Shh! Don't scare him!!
For one thing we are using the JFC HTML Renderer which is terrible
(No frames, no ECMAScript, etc.), but it does browse simple pages off the net.
Alexandre Lemieux and Omega Baphomet are in the process of building a new
experimental HTML Renderer (an early version of which is included with the
.001 source code but not integrated in .001 GUI.)
Expected Features for JoZilla Ver .002 include:
Experimental non-JFC renderer will be available
Note: Thesee .002 features are actually included with .001, if only in primitive buggy
source code only, but .002 will actually integrate them into the GUI. The
release date for JoZilla version .002 is May 10, 1998.
After you unzip and add "org" to your classpath you will want to go to
org\jos\app\mm\subapp\jozilla and "java JoZilla".
Plese, send comments, suggestions, offers to help, and bug reports to
email@example.com, but please be gentle because this is very very very early
code. Good luck!
Our team is part of the
Java Operating System (JOS) collective,
which is itself dedicated to creating, distributing, and supporting an Open Source Code
operating system implementing the Java(tm) Platform.
JoZilla is part of the Experimental JOS Applications Group and is a member of the JOS
XML Application Framework Group.
The Current JoZilla Team:
Adam Kessler, Lead Programmer
Alexandre Lemieux, Programmer
Omega Baphomet, Programmer
Don't be a dinosaur, go mammalian! Join the
team today! We really need your helping fingers running across your keyboard
to keep the project alive!