Portable version of the Chromium web browser
Chromium Portable is a portable version of the Chromium web browser, packaged in the PortableApps.com Format, so you can run it from an iPod, USB flash drive, portable hard drive, CD or any other portable media.
A native HTML4 / HTML5 Remote Desktop Protocol client
Myrtille is a simple way to connect remote desktops and applications from a native web browser, without plugin, extension or configuration. For the end user, there is just need for a browser. Server side, it uses the .NET (C#) framework and the RDP protocol through an HTTP(S) gateway. It's very comparable to Guacamole (https://github.com/glyptodon) or FreeRDP-WebConnect (https://github.com/FreeRDP/FreeRDP-WebConnect), except it uses the Microsoft .NET (C#) technologies for a better integration with the Remote Desktop Services (RDS) layer. It also support HTML4, in addition to HTML5, for backward compatibility.
A small applet to manage a Chromium update cycle.
Chromium, the open-source parent to Google's Chrome, is missing several features its child comes packaged with. One of these features is an automatic update system. ChromeUpdate aims to be an easy, flexible tool to help you manage an update cycle for Chromium. You can pick daily, weekly, monthly, or manual (no automatic) updates. ChromeUpdate requires the .NET 4.0 runtime environment.
The VL-e Toolkit (VBrowser)
The Virtual Resource Browser or VBrowser is intended as single front-end to the Grid. This is the main front-end from the VL-e Toolkit (VLET) and most (VLET) users will only use this Graphical User Interface to access their Grid resources. It is an easy to use explorer-like browser for the Grid and it supports core grid file systems like Grid-FTP, SSH-FTP, SRM and LFC out of the box and presents them to the user in an easy to use tree like structure. This logical structure can be customized by the the user by creating virtual folders and links to remote (grid) resources grouping relevant grid files and other resources together into a single (virtual) browsable environment. Since it is written in Java no additional (grid) software is needed and it can be easy downloaded and deployed on any modern computer or laptop supporting Java 1.6. The VL-e Toolkit was started as part of the VL-e project which lasted from 2005 to 2009. Development of this toolkit has ended in 2011.
Print quickly web pages or convert it in PDF from browser Firefox
Print your web page to PDF and save to Google Drive or with yours printers wherever you want using the service of Google Cloud Print - https://www.google.com/cloudprint/learn/?hl=en Chrome extension: http://bit.ly/1Wct1rL Opera add-on: http://bit.ly/1Mg5WJK Firefox add-on: http://mzl.la/1OXGxex ==Installation== 1. Download add-on directly from your browser Firefox 2. Click on icon print in toolbar of browser and then click on print button to activate the options to print web page
Get in an immediate screenshots of your web pages for Firefox
Get in an immediate screenshots of your web pages with this useful extension reserved for the famous Firefox browser. For installation of the addon you can click directly on the download button using your Firefox browser and authorize the addition of the extension. The project was realized with the support of the library: PDF API HTML5 - http://ulmdevice.altervista.org/pdfapihtml5 ========================== Opera add-on: http://opr.as/20Njeed Firefox add-on: http://mzl.la/23AD5P9 Chrome extension: http://bit.ly/1NvWAM1
A Custom wrapper for JBrowser
*Edit* I am currently putting this on hold. Will update the project once i work out a few kinks. This project intends to provide more added functionalities to JBrowser project (https://code.google.com/p/jbrowser/) This project was done for one of my projects at work. I just thought it would be great if others can also use it. Project icon created by: Visual Pharm - http://www.visualpharm.com