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Old 08-05-2011, 08:51 AM   #1
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LXer: Creating Firefox web apps that look like native apps


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HTML5 and Flash have been used to great effect in recreating traditional desktop apps that can be run through your web browser. Google is so confident that web apps can replace your desktop apps that it has released the ChromeOS, which is not much more than the Chrome web browser presented as a desktop operating system.Firefox has long supported running web apps in a kind of desktop mode through projects like Prism, WebRunner and Chromeless. But a lot of these projects are either dead, in their early stages, or require a lot of mucking around to get running.The good news is that it is quite easy to launch your favourite web apps in a chromeless Firefox 4/5 window with just a few simple steps.

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