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Anonymous

Hello All,

I am looking for a problem. I want to create a browser which provides all functionalities of a web-browser except that It should be implemented by java. The browser should not allow the user to edit the text and also allow the user to process download url's/

It would be a great help if anybody is having the source code of HOT JAVA browser.

THanks in advance,
Pooja Gupta.

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Jon Sanders

Hi Pooja Gupta,

Sounds like you are looking for a browser based on the Swing JEditorPane.

If you do a search on the internet for "jeditorpane web browser" you'll find
pleny of tutorials on how to write one.

For pre-built browsers, here are a couple:

http://xbrowser.sourceforge.net/
Open-source java application for browsing the web.

http://sureshot.sureshot.xaviermedia.net/jbrowser/
A free 100% Java-based Web browser.

You can find some more on: http://sourceforge.net/

There are also a lot of commercial and open source browser components out
there, see my previous post titled:
Re: The importance of the swing JEditorPane to the JavaHelp

Or follow this URL:
http://archives.java.sun.com/cgi-bin/wa?A2=ind0511&L=javahelp-interest&P...

And a Java browser based on the Mozilla engine:

http://jrex.mozdev.org/
JRex is a Java Browser Component with set of API's for Embedding Mozilla
GECKO within a Java Application.

Cheers

Jon

>I am looking for a problem. I want to create a browser which provides all
functionalities of a web-browser except that It should be implemented by
java. The browser should not allow the user to edit the text and also allow
the user to process download url's/
>
>It would be a great help if anybody is having the source code of HOT JAVA
browser.
>
>THanks in advance,
>Pooja Gupta.
>
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Pooja Gupta

Thanks Jon,

You are getting my things correctly. I have implemented the browser based on
the Swing JEditorPane.
But, I was facing some problem while displaying some live site url under
it. The links that points to some download url or email url they
do throws some exception and are not working properly. I have used the URL
object to keep the track of the url's visited .
Can anybody help me how to handle such url's in the code.
Thanks for the help links Jon. They have helped me a lot but still I do not
found the solution to this.
Regards,
Pooja
----- Original Message -----
From: "Jon Sanders"
To:
Sent: Monday, February 27, 2006 4:41 PM
Subject: Re: [JAVAHELP] Java web browser

> Hi Pooja Gupta,
>
> Sounds like you are looking for a browser based on the Swing JEditorPane.
>
> If you do a search on the internet for "jeditorpane web browser" you'll
find
> pleny of tutorials on how to write one.
>
> For pre-built browsers, here are a couple:
>
> http://xbrowser.sourceforge.net/
> Open-source java application for browsing the web.
>
> http://sureshot.sureshot.xaviermedia.net/jbrowser/
> A free 100% Java-based Web browser.
>
> You can find some more on: http://sourceforge.net/
>
> There are also a lot of commercial and open source browser components out
> there, see my previous post titled:
> Re: The importance of the swing JEditorPane to the JavaHelp
>
> Or follow this URL:
>
http://archives.java.sun.com/cgi-bin/wa?A2=ind0511&L=javahelp-interest&P...
>
> And a Java browser based on the Mozilla engine:
>
> http://jrex.mozdev.org/
> JRex is a Java Browser Component with set of API's for Embedding
Mozilla
> GECKO within a Java Application.
>
> Cheers
>
> Jon
>
> >I am looking for a problem. I want to create a browser which provides all
> functionalities of a web-browser except that It should be implemented by
> java. The browser should not allow the user to edit the text and also
allow
> the user to process download url's/
> >
> >It would be a great help if anybody is having the source code of HOT JAVA
> browser.
> >
> >THanks in advance,
> >Pooja Gupta.
> >
>
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