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Firefox 3.0 to offer offline web application support

From PC World:

Perhaps most exciting could be Firefox’s ability to support writing an e-mail in, for example, Gmail while offline, with the data sent later when a user is connected to the Internet again. Ultimately, Mozilla engineers are aiming for an integration between the browser and Web-based services that is as smooth running as a desktop application.

If this actually works out, Firefox 3.0 will be a real big deal, and leave others like IE7 still farther behind. It’s about time too, that web-applications started driving better browser development.

One Comment

  1. antrix wrote:

    It will also significantly reduce the appeal of Adobe’s Apollo and other similar platforms.

    Wednesday, February 28, 2007 at 10:42 am | Permalink

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