We delivered our 1.0 browser just last week after a gruelling QA schedule
(well, not too gruelling for me considering I hardly worked on it).
Yah, they've been around for a while.
There's others too, such as another Ottawa company, Espial Group's Escape;
http://www.espial-group.com. Pay no attention to that nasty anti-Beduin
comment - that version is at least 6 months old. They claim it does
everything ours does in 120k, but I guarantee you they don't.
>HTML 3.2 compliant, including
Got it, got it, got it ..
>Forgiving HTML Parser.
Amen to that. If HTML was properly specified, I bet our browser would be
half the size it is now.
The Pearls Browser (ne Impact, ne KT Impact) is 280k of bytecode, and has
had about 1 years worth of work put into it to ensure it "properly" <cough,
choke, gag> renders the bulk of HTML out there today.
It's going to play a "prominent" role at JavaOne. You'll have to attend to
see what I mean.