The browser is called e-Lite, put out by the company ICEsoft, and uses the
As their Web page says:
ICE e-Lite is an ultra-lightweight WEB browser that will run on any
platform. It is certified 100% pure Java. It has all the basic features you
would expect in a WEB browser such as bookmarks, navigation controls and
user preference settings. A key feature of e-Lite is that the user can
configure every aspect, creating a completely personal browser for their
company, girlfriend or even their mother-in-law.
Other features they claim:
HTML 3.2 compliant, including
Forgiving HTML Parser.
Java archive (JAR) format support.
JAR archives for use in <APPLET> tag.
JAR files as content resources, access a JAR file URL and retrieve all
resources as if from a web site.
Persistence - serializes current state..
Multithreaded for asynchronous loading and parsing of content.
Superb scrolling performance.
The company also sells some Java beans for HTML rendering, which they are
using in their e-Lite browser.