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From Left Right <olegsivo...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Apache Flex suggestion - dumping SWF support in favor of HTML5 - don't listen to Steve!
Date Fri, 24 Feb 2012 12:00:23 GMT
Usually, distros that are meant to be used for desktop come with Firefox
pre-installed. Other popular browsers would include:
Google Chrome
Seamonkey (using Mozilla, similar to Firefox)
Galeon (isn't precisely a web browser, it's a part of Gnome, but it can be
used to display web pages just the same, it's using Gecko, i.e. same as
Firefox and Seamonkey)
Konqueror (another Webkit browser, similar to Google Chrome)

All of the above are capable of running JavaScript and have NPAPI (well, I
think so...) implementation.

There are w3m and Lynx pagers / text-only browsers, they are of no
particular interest to Flash because they only display HTML+CSS. They are
good for reading stuff like technical documentation though, because they
are much faster and more accessible.

There might be few more, or probably some old not supported ones, but the
browsers I listed are likely to be found on an average Linux installation
of a web developer :)

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